FDC Graphic Films, Inc., now has two digital sample kits available for customers to try Lumina® By FDC products.
The first sample kit is the Communication Kit featuring rolls of an anti-skid floor laminate in #100 luster clear and a permanent print media film in #002 gloss white:
Lumina® 7051—A slightly textured calendered vinyl laminate designed to provide protection and slip resistance for floor graphics. It can be paired with printable media and vinyl like Lumina® 4200, 7250, and 7243 (54 inches by-25 yards with a quantity of 1).
Lumina® 7250—An intermediate-grade calendered vinyl film designed for printing permanent graphics, signage, and decals requiring medium-term durability with a strong bond. This product features an aggressive high-tack adhesive, which provides excellent adhesion (54 inches by-25 yards with a quantity of 1).
The second sample kit is the Banner Kit featuring rolls of a print media in #002 gloss white and a 13 oz. PVC scrim banner in #002 gloss white:
Lumina® 7242—An intermediate grade calendered vinyl film designed for printing general purpose graphics, signage, and decals requiring medium-term durability (54 inches by-25 yards with a quantity of 1).
Lumina® 7504—A 13-ounce PVC scrim banner designed for printing general purpose signage and displays. It’s a one-sided smooth and printable non-top coated media with a high white point that provides great printability. This product features tear, curl, and fire resistance (NFPA 701, B1, M2) (30 inches-by-40 yards with a quantity of 1).
The introduction of these new digital sample kits is part of FDC’s new recovery support program launched on June 9 to help customers begin the road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Distributors can expect to receive weekly communications for special product launches and promotions through July 14.
For a limited time, each shrink-wrapped and labeled kit can now be purchased at an introductory price of 20 percent off.
For more information about these sample kits, visit www.fdcfilms.com and search “7051,” “7250,” “7242,” “7504,” and “recovery support program.”