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A&M Graphics adds flair to interior graphics project with Drytac Polar Chrome

The Upstate New York company produced a range of graphics for client Pall Corporation, a global manufacturer that has since expressed interest in carrying out similar work at other sites.
Upstate New York graphics installation company A&M Graphics used Drytac Polar Chrome silver satin reflective PET film to create a range of interior graphics for customer Pall Corporation as part of a widescale multimedia project.

Headquartered in New York, Pall Corporation supplies filtration, separations and purification products to clients in markets around the world, with brand image, and maintaining a high level of corporate messaging across its locations, highly important to the business.
When approached by Pall Corporation about a project to create a fresh, forward-thinking workspace at its facility in New York, A&M Graphics, a specialist in premium graphic environments, recognised the importance of delivering high quality, high impact applications.
While still a relatively new user of Drytac materials, A&M Graphics opted for Drytac Polar Chrome from approved Drytac distributor SAS Graphics Supply to ensure the graphics met the brief of creating a memorable and immersive experience, while also showcasing Pall Corporation’s rich history and innovation.
A&M Graphics President Matthew Ferguson said the company was made aware of the quality Drytac films offer after speaking to Dennis LeBlanc, Drytac’s Business Development Manager for North America.
“We chose Drytac Polar Chrome to add the flair to this project; we desired to really make it stand out and be something truly unique,” Matthew said. “After meeting Dennis at a Mimaki USA open house, discussing Drytac’s offerings and having some film samples shipped to us, we decided this product is exactly what we needed.
“Meeting Dennis certainly opened our eyes to what Drytac had to offer, and as industry veterans, we could appreciate his level of knowledge and passion for his product line.
“We printed several different styles of graphic on Drytac Polar Chrome using our Mimaki CJV330 and then mounted it to different substrates such as PVC and acrylic of different thicknesses. This was then laser-cut into hexagons, letters and logos before being applied.”
Such was the success and impact of the project that Matthew said Pall Corporation has since been in contact to discuss A&M Graphics producing similar pieces for the company at other locations.
“The client was floored by the end result,” Matthew said. “They are a global manufacturer and have expressed interest in doing the same type of graphic environments at their locations across the United States as well as overseas.”



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