FOLEX solutions based on
recycled or renewable raw materials

Digitally printable materials in rolls and formats continue to be in vogue. Digital printing is also a key technology in terms of sustainability, as print-on-demand makes small batches economically viable and significantly reduces waste.

Folex is going one important step further and will be exhibiting products at DRUPA that contribute to the conservation of resources on the basis of recycled or renewable raw materials.

The Dialux® R-50 SI 129 backlit film with 50% post-consumer recycled content in the polyester will be presented from the Pure-Line. In addition, the tried-and-tested REGUsign stencil material has been updated and is now based on paper from certified forestry. This means that signmakers can now produce stencils that are not only PVC-free but also resource-friendly. The digital printing polyester films for HP Indigo and toner-based digital printing machines are also PVC-free, robust and durable. The ‘Print On’ range presented by Folex is rounded off by low-pollutant label films for high-speed inkjet systems.

The Folex Group, with production companies in Switzerland and Germany (Cologne and Erlangen), specialises in the finishing and coating of films and special media and offers high-quality products and customised services for a wide range of markets. The Folex product world includes solutions for many sectors – from the printing industry to digital and large-format printing, the office and home sector, through to preliminary products for the electronics industry.

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