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Product of the Week: Acrovyn Imagine®

Product of the Week: Acrovyn Imagine®

Each week we will choose a different product to feature on our blog as the Barbour Product Search Product of the Week. This week we have chosen Acrovyn Imagine® wall/surface protection from Construction Specialties (C/S).

Key Features:

Acrovyn Imagine® wall/surface protection • Resistant to chips, scratches and colour fading
• Available in sheet sizes up to 2400mm x 1220mm
• PVC-free
• 100% recyclable
• Embed any photo, graphic, artwork or branding

Product Description:

Construction Specialties (C/S) have recently launched Acrovyn Imagine®, a new addition to the company’s wall protection range. Imagery or artwork can now be embedded in tough and impact resistant Acrovyn® Sheet, creating bespoke protection for internal walls and other surfaces.

C/S Acrovyn Imagine® can incorporate high quality photographs, illustrations, artwork, patterns and signage. Resistant to chips, scratches and colour fading, the panels are available in sheet sizes up to 2400mm x 1220mm and can be installed in high traffic areas without the worry of damage to walls and artwork.

Manufactured from C/S’s Acrovyn 4000 material, Acrovyn Imagine® is PVC-free, doesn’t contain Persistent Bioaccumulative Toxins (PBTs), Bisphenol A (BPA) or brominated fire retardants or other potentially harmful chemicals and is 100% recyclable.

For more information about Acrovyn Imagine® wall/surface protection from Construction Specialties (C/S), email [email protected] or call (01296) 652800.

Visit the Barbour Product Search profile for Construction Specialties (C/S) to view other products, read recent case studies and download product literature.

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Lauren Easton - Editorial Account Manager

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