Self-adhesive material manufacturer Drytac has announced that its SpotOn Floor 200 media has achieved a global Class B1 Fire Rating.
Fuji Xerox supplies Drytac in New Zealand.
This means applicators can use Drytac’s removable film for floor graphics in public areas and other locations that must adhere to tight fire regulations. Shaun Holdom, global product manager at Drytac, says, “Having this fire rating opens up a host of new markets and applications for SpotOn Floor 200. Ensuring products used in public areas and buildings are properly certified is at the forefront of people’s minds and we are delighted that our flexible, high quality printable vinyl for floor graphics has the appropriate fire rating.
“In addition, Drytac’s SpotOn Floor 200 has global slip-resistance certification. The film doesn’t require overlamination and can be installed and removed with ease, making it ideal for numerous indoor floor graphic applications.”
Compatible with eco solvent, latex, and UV printing technologies SpotOn Floor 200, an 8mm printable PVC film, has Drytac’s removable adhesive and uses a dot-pattern that allows for bubble-free application of graphics to most flat surfaces without the need for tools.
Holdom adds, “This fire rating is great news for our customers. SpotOn Floor 200 is very easy to apply and remove and – in addition to its anti-slip qualities – it now meets global fire certifications. It’s the ideal solution for all types of floor graphics applications.”