HEXIS releases new TAKE HEAT EASY technology applied to a printable premium cast PVC film
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FESPA Staff
HEXIS have launched its new THE190EVO, a next generation printable premium high performance 50 µm cast PVC film with benefits such as easy application, conformability and versatility.

TAKE HEAT EASY (The) New Technology

The new THE190EVO is composed of a new structured liner developed by HEXIS and have integrated a unique layer that provides maximum opacity. HEXIS’s R&D Manager, Christophe Baudrion comments: “The emboss has been designed to lower the tack and to make the film easy and simple to install, even for beginners.

Automative’s Business Development Manager, Thibault Veuillet says: “In addition, we have also developed for TAKE HEAT EASY a new solvent-based adhesive which combined with the liner produces this specific tack installers will get addicted to!”

The adhesive has several benefits including easy application, conformability and versatility. These benefits will enable professional to use it for any project such as vehicle fleets, interior decoration, trucks, light vehicles and more.

The THE190EVO can be used in combination with various laminates such as cast PC190 series (gloss or matt finish), PVC-free PC500 laminates (extra long-term UV protection, available in gloss or matt finish), or cast structured laminates (carbon fibre, wood effect, glitter, concrete finish etc.).

Produced on HEXIS’s new Casting line in South West France

HEXIS’s President, Caroline Mateu proudly says: ““Our R&D, Process and Production teams have combined their skills and experience to meet the target and create this new film on our latest production line, CAST4 in our second factory located in Hagetmau, France! Furthermore, on 1st October 2018 HEXIS announced a major technical partnership with Renault Sport Formula One Team. This partnership not only marks the aim to highlight high-technology self-adhesive products manufactured by HEXIS in France, but it also influences the development of products we are providing to the automotive industry”.