Our revolutionary new ‘Sign-Protect’ anti-graffiti lacquer has been developed to protect your signage against graffiti and vandalism, along with the inclemental weather that the great British climate can bring, making it ideal for long-life high specification signs. An ideal solution for interpretation panels, monoliths and long-term signage where panels need to be within easy reach, this lacquer carries a 15 year guarantee for C3 applications, offering a cost effective alternative to vitreous enamel panels.
A traditional vitreous enamel creates a glass-like, glossy surface with an exceptionally tough finish which is not only extremely resilient to the toughest of environmental conditions but is also highly resistant to graffiti, abrasion and impact damage. Many of the original underground station signage can probably owe their continued existence to the quality of the hardy lacquer that the vitreous enamel provides and it is, perhaps, no surprise that this level of durability comes with a high price tag.
Sign-Protect now provides a high level of signage protection following very similar methods of production by baking the lacquer onto the surface after the application of any direct print or vinyl graphics. It is also available in gloss, semi-gloss and matt finish. For more information on this new product, contact us for more details.
- Interpretation panels
- Wayfinding markers
- Finger posts
- Information structures
- Wooden sign systems
- Information and poster display cases
- General signage
- Bespoke projects
- Long-tern protection
- Superior anti-graffiti
- Guaranteed for 15 years
- Cheaper than vitreous enamel
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