It is incredible how much have happened during this five months. There is full month until the end of the first half of 2019 and Ikonos Media factory introduced so many new products that they deserve an overview and few words of introduction. A wider description of individual products is planned for coming weeks.

Eco-friendly, non-woven, biodegradable and dimensionally stable printable material for wall decoration

This new wallpaper is most definitely one of my favourite. It is comprehensively friendly both for the user and the environment. It remains incredibly good printing media for Latex and UV and is as safe and natural as possible.

Health-safe, polypropylene (PP) film for printing with eco-solvent, LATEX & UV

In the 90’s Nikon celebrated it’s independence day from photo film producers, after the company introduced it’s first digital camera. Ikonos is getting closer to it’s own independence day from PVC. MRT pp140+ Titan and PP140+ are best example of the effort to offer only eco-caring media. Get amazed with quality and range of application of these products.

Rock & Roll optical clear mounting film, 91,4 cm wide, both sides self-adhesive, 100%-free from Polyvinyl-chloride

It is versatile, useful and safe. This material can be used indoor and outdoor. It has extended durability, very strong adhesive while it remains optically clear. This material carries years of experience of our factory in production of printing media.

Stop vandalism, shield your prints from paint, markers and mechanical damage with polyethylene (PET) film called Antigraffit

Just like the previous material is optically clear, stretch resistant, and very easy to clean. The last feature is the best recommendation of it as the money-saver! It will guard your prints from all the enemies no matter if they are armed in paint or markers and it will withstand purely mechanical damage with ease. Antigraffiti is something what will take a bullet for your work.

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