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PRODUCT News 3M extends its range of Fasara decorative films


Providing more creative possibilities for graphics producers and interior designers, the Fasara range of decorative films is now available in 54 different patterns, including gradation, stripe, border, prism, fabric, frost and matte. The films represent a fraction of the cost of etched or sandblasted glass and can be used liberally in a wide range of applications, including primarily those for buildings in the retail sector, pubs and restaurants, leisure facilities and office environments. These tough and dimensionally stable films have a special


application in providing personal privacy by obscuring the view through interior and exterior glass windows and partitions as well as adding decorative effects to these and other glass surfaces, borders and illuminated displays. Using a pressure-sensitive adhesive, the films allow for wet or dry application and are easily installed on-site with little or no business downtime. They can also be easily removed and reapplied as brands or designs change over time. The low-gloss surface of the films reduces glare and their ability to block up to 90 per cent of UV light reduces fade on fabrics.


Furthermore, the rigid and tough construction of the films enhances personal safety in the event of flying glass as a result of breakage. Fasara decorative films are warranted for five years and available on five-day delivery following placement of order. For further information, visit www.3M.co.uk/graphicsolutions


Economy light box ranges launched


Artillus Illuminating Solutions Ltd has released news about two new LED light boxes designed with economy, styling and practicality in mind under the Magnetite and Diamante branding. The all new Magnetite LED light box is only 18mm deep and


believed to be one of the slimmest of its type available. The neat, modern styling enables quick and easy poster changes simply by lifting off the front cover with a plastic sucker. The LED technology inside the light box uses a digital spot grid panel to provide the illumination from high white edge lit LEDs. The light boxes are available in standard A sizes from A4 up to A0 and come with pre drilled fixing holes, 12v PSU transformer mains cable and UK plug. The Diamante LED has been introduced for purchasers with


economy and value at the forefront. The 20mm deep light box has a 25mm clip frame front with rounded corner inserts. Illumination is generated by the high bright LEDs edge lighting across the spot grid inner panel. As with the Magnetite the 12V LED provides shadow free, totally even illumination across the whole face of the light box. The Diamante is manufactured in silver anodised aluminium and available in standard A sizes from A4 up to A0. Two eyelets are fitted to the reverse for hanging and each unit comes with a 12v PSU transformer mains lead and UK plug.


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Diamante Magnetic LED light boxes. For further information telephone 01604 678410 or visit the website www.artillus.com


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