SP 3523 Opaque Matt

September 18, 2023 by Maryna Bilanchuk

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More impact. More sustainable.

Avery Dennison® SP 3523 Opaque Matt, introduced as part of the Sustainable Print portfolio, designed to provide a more sustainable alternative to PVC products. As the latest addition to the popular 3000 series, it is an outstanding choice for short-term promotional graphics - in stores, at events and in many other indoor locations.

Because this material is PVC-free and features a solvent-free adhesive, it provides an effective solution for end users seeking to improve their environmental footprint - giving a high visual impact with better sustainability.

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Key Features

  • Polypropylene film with good rigidity
  • Solvent-free water-based adhesive
  • Printable with UV and latex
  • Fully certified for fire resistance
  • Good opacity

Key Benefits

  • Suits many different short-term applications
  • Easier handling and application
  • Improved sustainability

Product Overview

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More Impact

More impact on responsible use of material. More impact from promotional perspective > fast and easy to apply.

More Sustainable

PVC-free products which contain no chlorine, phthalates and other halogens and reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

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