Vescom Wall Coverings - Nick G.
Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 4:01PM
Admin in New Products, Printing, vescom, wall coverings, wallpaper

Nick G. Commercial Sales Representative

There has been a new and exciting announcement in the North American digital wallcovering market, Vescom Wall Coverings. Vescom is the #1 selling wallcovering in Europe. Whether you’re printing on a latex, eco solvent, or UV printer, these wall coverings meet the strict regulations and quality measures our European friends demand. Manufactured right here in the US, more specifically North Carolina, Vescom has pleanty of stock and capability to keep up with demand here in the states.

Vescom will rival both Dreamscapes and Koragraphics, both currently have a stronghold on the North American Digital Wallcovering Market. While both Koragraphics and Dreamscapes are great products, here are some common issues we hear about from our customers.

Inconsistent Prints

Media Coating

Shrinking

What is Vescom doing differently?

Two layers of coating

No Shrinking

Vescom Features

-          Type II PVC

-          Commercial Grade, Class A Fire Rating (ASTME-84 Class A)

-          Compatible with Latex, UV, and Eco-Solvent Inks (All 9 embosses are certified for HP Latex inks)

-          Meets EPA requirements for low-VOC emitting products

-          Non-Phthalate and Formaldehyde-Free

-          Heavy Metal-Free and Antimony-Free

-          Media comes both fabric backed and on a non-woven substrate

-          Media is receptive to liquid coating for extra protection and installs with common adhesives and installation techniques. (Recommended Top Coat: Marabu Clearshield Wall Armor)

Vescom has many different Patterns and Textures to choose from including finishes similar to Dreamscapes and Korographics popular finishes. If you would like to learn more about the Vescom line or request a swatchbook. Please reach out to the IT Supplies Roll to Roll Commercial Sales team.

Article originally appeared on IT Supplies | Everything for the Perfect Print (http://blog.itsupplies.com/).
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