Roland ESM-FRSB - Flame Retardant Scrim Banner 54" X 66'

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Roland ESM-FRSB Flame Retardant Scrim Banner 54" X 66'

Roland ESM-FRSB Flame Retardant Scrim Banner 54\" X 66\'
Item#:ESM-FRSB Flame Retardant Scrim Banner
Grand Total: $255.99

This premium-quality one-sided 16 oz. scrim banner vinyl is specially treated for flame retardance. It has a high tensile strength and tear resistance, and is perfect for a variety of applications both indoors and out. It is dimensionally stable and can be hemmed and grommeted for a superb finished look. Large banners displayed outdoors should be tested for wind resistance depending on the required durability and longevity of the application.


    Flame Retardant Scrim Banner should be handled with care to prevent surface contamination that may spoil the print. Additionally, the media should be inspected for surface defects or irregularities or any debris and cleaned with a soft, lint free cloth before printing if necessary. This banner material should be processed in an environment of 65°-85° F (18°C-30° C) and 30-70% relative humidity (non-condensing) that is clean and relatively dust-free. Also, some media are affixed strongly to the core and care should be taken to avoid machine issues due to the non-release of media at the end of the roll. Store this product in its original packaging in a cool dry area until ready for processing. If storage conditions are outside the recommended operating ranges, allow the banner material to acclimate in the specified range for at least 24-48 hours before use.


    Full-color graphics for indoor and outdoor applications such as point-of-purchase displays, trade show and festival signage, and general purpose banners and that require durability and relatively high opacity. Outdoor life depends upon application and environmental conditions. This banner product can be sewn and grommeted and overlaminated with a high quality pressure-sensitive overlaminate film for extra durability and protection against abrasion, dirt and solvents. A liquid laminate can also be used, but testing a particular brand before application to the finished banner is strongly recommended.