Solutions: Graphic Films
Graphic films overlaminates are used to protect, preserve and prolong the life of advertising and decorative graphics subject to harsh conditions. Argotec developed a premium two-part graphic films system comprised of a white performance printable facestock and a clear overlaminate to provide the highest level of graphics protection on the market.
Argotec’s graphic films system gives coaters and converters and commercial graphic printers serving the graphics industry a comprehensive solution to meet the need for clear, conformable and durable graphic films. An environmentally friendly option, the films are non-PVC, halogen- and lubricant-free and accept all commercial adhesive systems.
The films are highly durable to prevent damage from UV, abrasion and chipping, and exposure to various chemicals and wear. They are conformable for ease of use and efficient installation and clear to protect and present the image clearly over time. They are ideal for commercial fleet graphics, vehicle wraps, OEM graphic decals, advertising and architectural signage subject to prolonged exposure to environmental elements including sun, weather, wind and temperature extremes.
To optimize the print output using the ArgoGraph system we recommended you download the specified Printer Profiles for your system.
- Reduced net cost – conformable for fast and easy installation with hand or squeegee pressure, minimal use of heat gun
- Longer life – durable, prolong integrity of valuable graphics without wear in harsh conditions
- Design flexibility – clarity to protect graphics clearly over time, material stretches without fading of printed colors
Printed and protected by Argotec's ArgoGraph two-part urethane TPU graphic films system, select cars in the 2016 Audi R8 LMS Cup fleet are wrapped and ready for extreme competition. Born from proven paint and surface protection film, the ArgoGraph-White print film and ArgoGraph-Clear over laminate films outperform vinyl and are being used on the high performance vehicles to prevent damage caused by high speeds and exposure to rigorous track conditions.