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5/1/2008

PETG Sheet Provides Non-Glare Satin Finish

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Sheffield Plastics Inc., Sheffield, Mass., has introduced Vivak PETG sheet with a non-glare satin finish for graphics, point-of-purchase displays/fixtures, and indoor signs.

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Sheffield Plastics Inc., Sheffield, Mass., has introduced Vivak PETG sheet with a non-glare satin finish for graphics, point-of-purchase displays/fixtures, and indoor signs. The satin finish can be on the sheet’s first or second surface. The sheet boasts high UV resistance and excellent adhesion to solvent-based inks. It comes in thicknesses from 0.020 to 0.040 in. and widths from 51 to 100 in. (800) 254-1707 • www.sheffieldplastics.com

Sheffield Plastics Inc
119 Salisbury Rd Sheffield, MA 01257
Phone Fax (800) 457-3553 

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