Ontario, California (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
HDClear continues to establish themselves as the leading innovator in the decorative film industry with the announcement of HDWhite. What makes HDWhite different is the use of true optically clear polyester film (PET) in the production process. HDWhite is printed with a unique technique that allows any graphic to be viewed from both sides of the glass surface while still letting natural light flood through. The finished product looks like the graphic has been printed directly on the glass. The PET substrate outlasts all traditional vinyl graphic applications to flat glass areas.
The versatile, clean, crisp look of white graphics has always been a popular color choice in retail, professional office and interior design applications. This is especially true when the white graphics are applied to glass. Up to this point white graphics applied to glass have either needed to be cut and weeded from vinyl or screen printed onto film, both of which are lengthy and costly processes. With HDWhite, weeding and screening is a thing of the past. Robert Davis, Director of Sales for HDClear commented, “We are proud to be offering HDWhite as part of our HDClear product line. We are especially proud of the fact that this product is superior in every way to the traditional options available.” He added, “With this process we can print nearly any image, gradient or pattern which means we can produce custom graphics should a client request it.”
In addition to the many other benefits already mentioned HDWhite is also an Eco-friendly product. The film delivers an impressive performance to create better working environments with 99% UV reduction and 16% total solar reduction. HDWhite keeps your building cooler and more comfortable while protecting your decor. The PET is an environmentally friendly polymer, safe and non-toxic and easily recycled.
More information on HDClear and the benefits of HDWhite decorative film can be found on the company website, http://www.hdclearfilm.com/hdwhite.
For further information, please contact:
HDClear (part of the AmGraph Group)
Contact: Robert Davis