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Sale - Save 30%! FDC 2700 Series Fluorescent Film - 15" wide

SKU: 2700-1500-
Was: $4.91 Now: $3.44 / Foot
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Product Highlights
  • Gloss finish
  • Up to 2 years outdoor when applied correctly
  • Conforms to flat and simple curves
  • Approximately 2.0 mils thick (2/1000")
  • Approximately 15" wide. Acceptable variance range +/- 1/4" 
Quantity Discount / Foot
Qty. Price Price
  1 - 14   $4.91 $3.44
  15 - 29   $4.33 $3.03
  30+   $4.05 $2.84
Quantity discount pricing per foot.
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Clearance Sale - Save 30%!  This item has been discontinued by FDC Graphic Films.  Availability is limited to our current stock.  It will eventually be replaced by a new product.  Clearance sale items are not returnable.

The FDC 2700 Series is a cast fluorescent vinyl film designed for producing graphics and signage requiring medium-term (up to 2 years) durability. This product features a unique colorant system for superior visual appeal and exceptional opacity, providing dynamic graphics accents.

  • Film thickness: 2.0 mil. (2/1000")
  • Finish: Gloss
  • Durability:  2 Years
  • Conformability: Flat, simple curves, and corrugation.
  • Adhesive: Permanent/Clear
  • Application range: Minimum  40°F

Other information:

  • All vinyl that we offer may contain a random roll splice.
  • Quantity discount pricing is on a single color, per roll basis.
  • Lengths of 15 feet or longer will be rolled onto a cardboard tube.
  • By the foot lengths under 15 feet are not returnable.
  • Orders for 150 feet (50 yards) will ship directly from FDC Graphic Films in South Bend, IN.  Please allow 1-3 extra days for delivery.
  • Factory stock roll sizes are 30 feet (10 yards) and 150 feet (50 yards).
 

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