Premier Imaging PremierDisplay Wall Graphics Fabric (24" x 100' Roll)

BH #PRPDWGF24100 • MFR #3625-244
Premier Imaging
Premier Imaging PremierDisplay Wall Graphics Fabric (24" x 100' Roll)
Key Features
  • Smooth Polyester Medium
  • Repositionable Adhesive Backing
  • Basis Weight: 320 gsm
  • Thickness: 12 mil
With a bright white matte surface, this 24" x 100' roll of PremierDisplay Wall Graphics Fabric from Premier Imaging is an ideal medium for creating customized wallpapers and large graphics. It is composed of a 12 mil thick smooth polyester weave with an adhesive backing, which is repositionable and also easy to remove when remodeling. The medium can be printed with aqueous pigments as well as latex and Eco Solvent inks, drying nearly instantly and lending a water-resistant finish to your image. Other features include a basis weight of 320 gsm and an opacity greater than 96%.
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Premier Imaging PremierDisplay Overview

With a bright white matte surface, this 24" x 100' roll of PremierDisplay Wall Graphics Fabric from Premier Imaging is an ideal medium for creating customized wallpapers and large graphics. It is composed of a 12 mil thick smooth polyester weave with an adhesive backing, which is repositionable and also easy to remove when remodeling. The medium can be printed with aqueous pigments as well as latex and Eco Solvent inks, drying nearly instantly and lending a water-resistant finish to your image. Other features include a basis weight of 320 gsm and an opacity greater than 96%.

UPC: 878928009920

Premier Imaging PremierDisplay Specs

MaterialPolyester
Basis Weight320 gsm
Thickness12 mil / 0.3 mm
Opacity96%
Single/Double-SidedSingle
OBA ContentYes
Surface FinishMatte
Dimensions (W x L)24" x 100' / 60.96 cm x 30.48 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight17 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)25.8 x 6.4 x 6.2"
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