Dry Erase Surface SheetHigh purity fluorine film laminated for writing surface
You enjoy the smooth and soft touch writing and quick erasing with no ghost on this surface for a long time over 10 years thanks to the chemical property of ETFE, which makes the distinguished difference from other hard top coated or cured polyester and or polypropylene surface. This proves why being used at revolving Rollerboards installed in most of schools in U.K. Now launching into various offices.
- Easy to cut appropriate sizes
- 15 - 30 meters per roll for SKU
- maximum 1,510 mm / 59" width
- Magnet attract x Projectable x Grid / lines multipliable
- Woven cloth / Magnet / PSA backing available
- ASTM E-84 fire testing Class A passed
- CA section 01350 compliant
Advantage to laminate ETFE to surface
ETFE film has a property to release things touched and difficult to keep staining on the surface. Any sticky adherence can be wiped off easily and the property unchanged for more than 10 years.
No crack, No ghost and No peeling
ETFE film is flexible and excellent in elasticity, and has a strong property against temperature changes. The film does not fall off unlike the hard coated product.
Strong to friction
At least 3500 times erasing friction has no effect on the erasability absolutely in a comparison test with hard coated product.
Dry erase surface X more
Magnet attract strongly on the surface to hold several sheets of paper.
Fine surface finish for projection by applying special embossing treatment with no deterioration of the erasability.
Lines / Grid
Lines / Grid for writing guide which is printed under the top film never fades or disappears even after frequent writing and erasing on the surface.
Standard width, generally distributed in the market.
A wider than standard width, leading in the market. A large writing area can be realized and experienced without joint.
Pre-printed under the top film is guide for writing. We have 4 printing pattern, which are 50 mm square Faint grid, 50 mm square dark grid, 75 mm spacing line and music ruled.