A film for visual communication without PVC and with lower environmental impact
This PVC-free polyolefin plastic film uses less water and energy in production, reducing CO2 emissions
The new product from Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives is a PVC-free film for visual communication and large format printing that has a lower environmental impact. Certified data shows that production requires 2% less energy and 32.5% less water, and CO2 emissions are reduced by 15.5%.
Fedrigoni is a leading global manufacturer of high-quality speciality papers for luxury packaging and other creative solutions, as well as self-adhesive materials for premium labels and large-format applications. The company continues on its path to achieve its 2030 ESG targets, which include reducing harmful emissions by 30% and producing 70% of the volume of self-adhesive products with state-of-the-art sustainable features.
It is against the backdrop of this continuous product and process innovation to create ever more sustainable solutions that Ri-Jet PO100 was created, a 100 micron thick polyolefin plastic film that is versatile for point of sale, window and board decoration.
In its latex, UV LED or UV gel version, the film is extremely conformable and offers the added benefit of being removable from the application surface without leaving any residue. Its flame retardant properties and compliance with REACH and RoHS regulations make Ri-Jet PO100 a good choice for both outdoor and indoor applications.
Daniele Perotti, Product Manager in Graphics at Fedrigoni Self-Adhesives, says: "Ri-Jet PO100 not only meets the requirements of end-users, major home furnishing, fashion and luxury brands who prefer PVC-free solutions for their short-term communication campaigns, but also the commitments Fedrigoni has made in terms of sustainability and environmental impact, backed up by precise life cycle assessment calculations for the entire range."