Blockout Window Film
Blockout window vinyl
Blockout window vinyl is a white gloss opaque vinyl sometimes referred to as blackout window film and offers a 99%-100% light block. It is often used internally on supermarket doors and windows, or for office security purposes. It is available with a black-backed or white-backed option and can be printed to create large graphic displays. The benefit of blockout is that you won’t be able to see the graphic on the inside.
Block out Window Film can be applied over existing decals to overcome the problem of colour show-through, as well as for blocking out areas on illuminated signs when applied to front surfaces.
This 100 micron film has great colour production and can be printed to using either our UV or Latex printers and can be fret cut to shape. Having a solvent-free, permanent acrylic adhesive it is eco friendly.
Enquire today about our customisable window graphic solutions, or call us on 01332 613900.
Can you help me with my artwork? Yes, our in-house design team can support you.
I’m not sure what product I need. There’s so many how do I choose? Yes! Our expert team can help choose the perfect material for your project.
How do I measure the space I want to add graphics to? Please send your measurements in mm, this will allow us to quote. If you need support measuring, our team can help.
Will I get a proof before it goes to print? Absolutely! All artwork is proofed before we send it to print. Any questions, we’re happy to discuss.
KUHNE+NAGEL CANTEEN WINDOWS
This is a common example of when glazing partitions are no longer needed to be glass. The wall it creates can be transformed using block-out vinyl, preventing light passing through and adding privacy. We can print any design, even a continuation of wallpaper or simply plain white. Alternatively, small apertures can be cut into the vinyl to create small window-like areas
- Blockout windows
- Retail displays
- Supermarket windows
- Cover up existing graphics
- Opaque Black adhesive
- Suitable for application on flat or curved surfaces