Premier Imaging Scrim Vinyl (17" x 40' Roll)

BH #PRPDUMWFSV17 • MFR #3309-1740
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging Scrim Vinyl (17" x 40' Roll)
Key Features
  • PVC Base Material
  • Basis Weight: 500 gsm
  • Thickness: 15 mil
  • Opacity: 100%
Create high quality signage with this 17" x 40' roll of Premier Imaging Scrim Vinyl which is 100% opaque and can be grommeted, sewn, and stitched for use in a wide range of applications, both indoors and outside. The smooth matte finish is instant drying and water resistant while the PVC base material is tear resistant. Also, it has a basis weight of 500 gsm, a thickness of 15 mil, and an opacity of 100% thanks to a block out layer.
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Premier Imaging 3309 Overview

Create high quality signage with this 17" x 40' roll of Premier Imaging Scrim Vinyl which is 100% opaque and can be grommeted, sewn, and stitched for use in a wide range of applications, both indoors and outside. The smooth matte finish is instant drying and water resistant while the PVC base material is tear resistant. Also, it has a basis weight of 500 gsm, a thickness of 15 mil, and an opacity of 100% thanks to a block out layer.

UPC: 878928007216

Premier Imaging 3309 Specs

MaterialPVC
Basis Weight500 gsm
Thickness15 mil / 0.38 mm
Opacity100%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishMatte
Dimensions (W x L)17" x 40' / 43.18 cm x 12.19 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)19 x 6.9 x 6.5"

Premier Imaging 3309 Reviews

Hefty, Opaque, fair image quality

By William
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2016-03-20

I've tried several vinyls for making signs and wall coverings with my P9000 printer. This one is the heaviest, truly opaque, but it did not quite meet my high expectations for image quality.

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