Kodak Water-Resistant Scrim Banner (42" x 40' Roll)

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Kodak Water-Resistant Scrim Banner (42" x 40' Roll)
Key Features
  • Polyester Embedded Between Vinyl Layers
  • Basis Weight: 450 gsm
  • Thickness: 16 mil
  • Opacity: 95%
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Compatible with both thermal and inkjet printers, this 42" x 40' roll of Water-Resistant Scrim Banner from Kodak will satisfy many large format printers looking for a durable materials with a bright white point. Made from a tear-resistant polyester fabric embedded between two white vinyl layers, this banner will last in demanding locations, and it has a heft with a basis weight of 450 gsm and a thickness of 16 mil. Also, for display work it has a rated opacity of 95% and an excellent whiteness of 130%. Additionally, the water resistant banner comes on a 2" core.
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$188.26
Roll Length
40'
75'
Roll Width
24"
36"
42"
60"
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Kodak Water-Resistant Scrim Banner Overview

Compatible with both thermal and inkjet printers, this 42" x 40' roll of Water-Resistant Scrim Banner from Kodak will satisfy many large format printers looking for a durable materials with a bright white point. Made from a tear-resistant polyester fabric embedded between two white vinyl layers, this banner will last in demanding locations, and it has a heft with a basis weight of 450 gsm and a thickness of 16 mil. Also, for display work it has a rated opacity of 95% and an excellent whiteness of 130%. Additionally, the water resistant banner comes on a 2" core.

UPC: 848412011012

Kodak Water-Resistant Scrim Banner Specs

MaterialTear-resistant polyester fabric embedded between two white vinyl layers
Basis Weight450 gsm
Thickness16 mil / 0.61 mm
Opacity95%
Whiteness130%
ColorL* = 89-92
a* = 4 ±2
b* = -12 ±3
Size42" x 40' / 106.7 cm x 12.2 m
Core Size2" / 5.1 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight19 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)44 x 5.5 x 5"
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Can this be used with large format inkjet ...

Can this be used with large format inkjet printers?
Asked by: Waseem
Yes, only in the heavier duty ones that also take canvas & that uses pigment inks for print stability. Won't fit in the ones used only for blueprints or presentations i.e. T530, T5170, TA30 etc....
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-07-08

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What is the finish of this paper?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'd consider it luster
Answered by: Gregory C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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How does the Kodak scrim compare to the Canon scrim?
Asked by: Anonymous
In order to best assist you I would need to know both part numbers. Please send me an email at [email protected]
Answered by: Moshe S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this work with the canon ipf670?
Asked by: Michael W.
Shouldn't be a problem. I have never used that particular Canon printer but a colleague has one and prints outdoor scrim banners regularly with no issues.
Answered by: Chris C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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this is compatible with hp 800 designjet?
Asked by: arnold c.
Should be fully compatible.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is this compatible with HP Designjet T790?
Asked by: Adam S.
This product has a basis weight of 450gsm. The T790 is made to fit up to 328gsm. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Greg L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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is this compatible with the Epson 9900?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, I've used it with the 9900 without any problems
Answered by: Leif A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this work with Epson 7890 and will the final result become Water-Resistant?
Asked by: Anonymous
It would work with the Epson 7890, or at least should. The finaly result would be water-resistant, but not water proof. As Steven said it depends on the weather factors for it's life span but I can tell you water proof and water resistant are not the same thing. I printed a banner on this paper and had it out side during rain, it was okay but faded a bit and he ink could rub off fairly easy. I buy a krylon water protecting spray to coat the banners with which helps them survive a lot better outside. If the water doesn't get it, the sun will and this spray helps for both.
Answered by: Ryan D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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