Technical Information, Tips, Questions or Suggestions.
FIRE rating (all versions) – Meets ASTM E84 Class A or 1
Safety and Compliance– lead & phthalates
If you are using Solvent or Eco-solvent inks, then we do recommend a clear coat or liquid laminate when using outdoors or in high traffic areas. See installation and technical bulletin for more information.
Always liquid laminate Photo Tex with the liner/backer still on the material. If already installed then do not liquid laminate to the edges while on the wall as the liquid can seep around the edges and on the adhesive.
Some thin 1.5-2.0 mil Cold Laminate may work fine, but we recommend liquid laminating or clear coating.
Yes, you can paint or use magic markers with blank Photo Tex.
Yes, you can kiss-cut or contour cut the material with a high steel blade(carbide) or sharp blade. Slow the speed down some if needed and turn on over travel.
Aqueous box has Green tape and a Orange core and Solvent has blue tape and a White core.
We sell through a dealer channel covering all of USA, Canada, Europe & Australia. Visit our contact page to view the appropriate contact for your country or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll reply with the closest authorized dealer.
Yes, we stock sheet sizes up to 13”x19”. Great for Lithographic and DI printers.
To date the only thing we found that works is Photo Tex itself. We sell discounted 24″ odd length rolls that you can use as transfer tape. Email me for any additional questions at email@example.com.
All Photo Tex cores are 3″ .
You need to wait at least 30 days after a wall has been freshly painted as the paint needs to out-gas. Otherwise, you will get veins, bubbles and tunnels from the paint out-gassing.
We stock over 29 different versions/sizes in our 30,000 Sq. Ft. warehouse
We make every effort to ship same day, but orders need to be placed before 2:00 EST.
All orders are shipped from Boardman, OH 44512
Many of our dealers/distributors stock Photo Tex locally, so please contact me for a dealer near you firstname.lastname@example.org