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Ultraflex Ultima® Supreme LTX - R - FL, 15oz - 63in x 164ft

Ultraflex Ultima Supreme FL (15 oz) is one of the strongest, smoothest, most versatile front-lit banner materials in the market. Perfect for billboard, banner ... Read More

Brand: Ultraflex

SKU: ULTSUP2160050
Price: $487.71 ($0.57 / SQ. FT.)

Ultraflex Ultima Supreme FL (15 oz) is one of the strongest, smoothest, most versatile front-lit banner materials in the market. Perfect for billboard, banner, and truck-side applications, Ultima Supreme FL is designed to hang straight with little curling when on a free-hanging banner. Tear and fade resistant, 15 oz. matte finish, Ultima Supreme FL is a great solution for high end, front-lit applications.

Technical Specifications

Product Type Inkjet Printable Media
Applications - Media Banners
Finish Matte
Ink Type Solvent
UV Curable
Eco-Solvent
Media Type Vinyl: Banner
Banner
Core Size 3 in
Width 63 in
Length 164 ft
Units 1 Roll
Double Sided No
Properties Description
Material Polyester
Total Weight 500g or 15 oz/sq. yd.
Tensile Strength 285/239 (lbs/inch)
Tear Strength Weft 46, Warp 57
Low Temperature Resistance -30° C or -22° F
Fungus Resistant Treated ASTM G21
Flame Resistance NFPA-701, M2, B1
Grommeting Grommets should be placed in the hemline along the length of the banner so that the grommet is through two layers. Corner grommets should be placed where the length and width hems cross, so that the grommet is through four layers. A reinforced corner is also recommended to increase durability.
Tape & Stitched Hem Banner tape can be used and is preferred to sewing. If sewing, a double-stitched hem is recommended with a maximum of five stitches per inch. Banner tapes at least 4-mils thick perform the best. For more information see LexJet's Banner Tape.
Finishing/Post Process Always use pressure-sensitive laminates (LexJet Elite UV vinyl is recommended). Hand applying the laminate is not recommended. Before applying the laminate, allow the image to dry for at least 2 hours. A 24 hour dry time is ideal.

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