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UK-based Lintec Graphic Films is one of the foremost suppliers of specialist pressure sensitive film products for screen/digital solutions and durable label applications. These products serve a diverse number of applications across a range of sectors; including automotive and product security labelling, to window films used within the wide-format digital printing arena.
Release date: 11.02.2014 | images: 2
HP-CBR label product can withstand high temperatures of up 1200ºC and be variable data printed in-house
Lintec Graphic Films, the leading UK-based supplier of specialist pressure-sensitive coated film products for durable label applications, has extended its HEATPROOF label series. The launch of HP-CBR – a exteme high temperature label product that can withstand temperatures of up to an impressive 1200ºC and be variable data printed on-site – further addresses a number of challenges faced by the ceramic, glass and metal production industries.
Lintec Graphic Films partners with Minale Tattersfield to promote London’s famous building design and architecture
Release date: 29.01.2014 | images: 4
Looking for an innovative, easy to apply and durable solution for its latest wayfinding and signage project, Richmond-based design strategists Minale Tattersfield worked closely with Lintec Graphic Films to enhance the visitor experience at the latest iteration of the capital’s annual architectural showcase Open House.
Lintec Graphic Films’ Vitrocolour film creates dynamic work environment for Bolton at Home’s new offices
Release date: 14.11.2013 | images: 5
The high quality and versatility of Lintec Graphic Films’ Vitrocolour® E-2200ZCnon-PVC process colour film has injected a panoply of vibrant colour and refreshing modernity into the new offices of Bolton at Home.
Release date: 18.07.2013 | images: 3
Range of glazing enhancement films offers fresh ideas and solutions
Architects, designers and branding specialists will be inspired with new ideas and opportunities when they visit the Lintec Graphic Films stand (O160) at 100% Design (18 – 21 September, Earls Court, London). The supplier of innovative printable non-PVC window films will be showcasing its newly rebranded Vitrographic range, which includes a wealth of new and novel ideas to create privacy, ‘moving’ images and other solutions to enhance, adapt or change glazed surfaces.
Release date: 25.06.2013 | image: 1
Window films and durable industrial substrates offer new opportunities for industrial, architectural and POS display printers
Lintec Graphic Films is presenting a range of its latest PVC-free premium window films and durable label substrates for screen and digital applications on its stand (N45S) at FESPA 2013 (London, June 25th – 29th).
Release date: 18.04.2013 | images: 3
The meeting room in the new offices of Sussex-based full-service digital agency Bozboz fully exploits the potential of Lintec Graphic Films’ Vitrocolour® non-PVC process colour film to realise vibrant, eye-catching glass surface treatments.
Release date: 21.01.2013 | images: 3
Microaces is the latest company name on the lips of micro plane enthusiasts and hobbyists around the globe. The UK-based business, that offers a range of micro scale aircraft kits designed for four-channel radio control, was launched in September 2012 by Jon Porter and Simon Barr, who both have a passion for aviation history and micro scale radio control aircraft.
Release date: 20.11.2012 | images: 3
Did you know that Transport for London (TfL), the local government body responsible for transport in Greater London, UK, enlisted Lintec Graphic Films to help guide visitors around the capital? The map sign system, called Legible London, was installed across London during the build-up to the series of events, including the Queen’s diamond jubilee, Olympics and Paralympics that put London in the international spotlight over the past few months. With the new glass maps replacing a large number of the enamel based printed signs that are traditionally used, TfL chose Lintec Graphic Films’ ultra-clear UV printed polyester Vitrocolour film to show the way.
Release date: 29.10.2012 | image: 1
Lintec Graphic Films, leading UK-based supplier of specialist pressure-sensitive coated film products for durable label applications and screen/digital solutions, has announced the appointment of Alberto Bonfanti to the position of Sales Manager for Italy to strengthen its presence in the Italian market. In his new role, Alberto will be tasked with servicing and growing the company’s growing label and glazing enhancement ranges for the whole of Italy.