Semi Coated Frontlit Banner

Semi-coated frontlit banner offers an optimal balance of printability, surface quality, durability (tensile strength), and cost. Lightweight and robust, semi-coated banners demonstrate excellent stability outdoors for demanding applications.

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Semi Coated Frontlit Banner

Resilient and reusable banners with outstanding print quality

Semi-coated frontlit banner offers an optimal balance of printability, surface quality, durability (tensile strength), and cost. Lightweight and robust, semi-coated banners demonstrate excellent stability outdoors for demanding applications.

Our semi-coated banners are available in widths up to 3.2m and 5m, making them perfect for wide and large format printed displays. They are also compatible with Eco-Solvent, Solvent, UV-C, Latex, and Screen Print inks.

Another advantage of our semi-coated frontlit banners is they are fire rated to B1, M1, Class 0 and EN13501 ratings, making them suitable for building coverings.

Semi-coated frontlit banners have a part lamination and part knife coating system, producing a soft-touch banner material with an excellent tactile quality. They look fantastic from as little as one foot away and support high print resolutions.

The smooth printing surface is perfect for capturing bold colours, details, and textures, making semi-coated banners suitable for large displays in public spaces. Advertisements, privacy banners, and hoardings are all ideal applications.

Browse the range of semi-coated frontlit banners online, or get in touch with us for a free sample of your interested product.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are semi-coated frontlit banners?

Semi-coated frontlit banners are illuminated from the front and have a hybrid coating system: part lamination and part knife coating. This provides durability with a smooth print surface, boosting print quality for consumer-facing applications.

What are semi-coated banners made from?

Our most popular semi-coated frontlit banners, Vistaflex SC450 and Vistaflex SC510 are made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride) with flame retardants. Semi-coated PVC is a durable, UV-resistant material suitable for outdoor installations.

What are the different semi-coated frontlit banner types?

Although all semi-coated frontlit banners do the same job, they differ according to their material weight. For example, Vistaflex SC510 is a super-thick 510g/m2 material suitable for hard-wearing installations like building coverings.

What are the applications of semi-coated frontlit banners?

The semi-coated surface on these frontlit banners provides a smooth print surface, boosting print quality and enabling higher resolutions without losing detail. They are perfect for high-quality advertisements, signage, hoardings, and notices.

How to install semi-coated frontlit banners?

Semi-coated frontlit banners can be hemmed and eyeletted, letting you tie them to poles or other solid structures with rope, cable ties, or clamps. You must consider the weight of the material and potential exposure to high wind when specifying suitable fixtures.