New Ikonos PP or polypropylene matt printing film ‘s name is MRT PP140+ Titan. It is the great alternative to its PVC equivalent. Above all the printed colours are vivid and bright. Secondly its durability is very high, no matter if it is indoor or outdoor. Its adhesive strength can’t find many competitors. Therefore it goes by the name Titan.

The PVC-free symbol is very common for Ikonos printing materials. For instance the range of eco-friendly products increased lately so much that we created separate catalog for this line of media. There’s also MRT PP140+ titan – our new polypropylene matt printing film.

Above all these materials are in every way just as good or even better than PVC counterparts.

What is the reason behind all of it?

First of all we think forward. The condition of environment matters. Our products, organisation of production and materials we use must represent only the best standards. Furthermore, we constantly research on how to improve. Certainly the usage of particular technology carries the set of responsibilities. We do not ignore this truth.

The polypropylene printing film represents our way of thinking about future materials. And these should be above all recyclable, non-toxic, printable in eco-friendly technologies and have better physical properties than their PVC-based predecessors.

It seems like the PVC materials market will shrink anyway, due to environmental reasons. Surely on the EU market its days are numbered. This will be an “earth-quake”, considering the size of it and its impact on global economy.

Above all the MRT PP140+ TITAN is just high quality printing material for large format laser inkjets. The film and adhesive are so durable that it outclasses the monomeric and polymeric predecessors.

Apart from question if usage of PVC-based printing media is or isn’t allowed. It seems like the more and more people across the world take their shopping decisions based on environmental reasons.



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