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HP HDPE Reinforced Banner
HP HDPE Reinforced Banner is a competitively priced recyclable High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) banner offering an alternative to traditional PVC scrim banners.
It’s durable for outdoor use, weather-resistant and strong.
Ideal for print service providers (PSPs) looking for a competitively priced, recyclable alternative to traditional PVC scrim banners.
This High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) media reduces the impact on the environment. It is recyclable and environmentally responsible. It offers rich colour vibrancy whilst minimising environmental impact.
HP HDPE Reinforced Banner is a versatile banner for retail needs, signage solutions and street pole banners. It can be used like a scrim banner but is light weight and recyclable, and is compatible with HP Latex as well as HP low-solvent inks.
Temperature-, tear- and weather-resistance ensures great outdoor durability. This durable woven High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) banner is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions without fading and losing vibrancy.
1Free recycling of this material available in the US.
Please go to www.hp.com/go/recycleLFmedia for details
|Earth Friendly Manufactured||Post Consumer Recycled Content||Bio-Degradable||Recyclable|
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See Product Data Sheet
- 36x150ft ... #HP J3H60A
- 42x150ft ... #HP E4J13A
- 60x150ft ... #HP E4J14A
- 104x150ft ... #HP E4J14A
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|CONDITION OF USE AND STOCKING
Shelf Life: HP HDPE Reinforced Banner has a shelf life of 12 months after receipt from Sonoma Graphic Products. Storage (new and partially used rolls): For quality reasons HP HDPE Reinforced Banner should be stored and converted under conditions of 35-65% relative humidity and at a temperature of 10-30°C. Storage of open rolls: When an open roll of media is not being used » remove the roll from the printer » cover the roll with a plastic bag to protect it from contaminants » if you are storing it on end, use an end plug and tape down the edge to prevent damage to the edge of the roll » do not lay sharp or heavy objects on unprotected rolls and do not stack them.