|Thickness:||0.020", 0.030", 0.060", 0.090", 0.125", 0.25"||Installation:||Can be drilled, attached with command strips, hanging clips, Suction cup & hook, etc.|
|Weight:||0.14lbs/sqft, 0.19lbs/sqft, 0.37lbs/sqft, 0.56lbs/sqft, 0.78lbs/sqft, 1.56lbs/sqft according to the thicknesses mentioned above||Printing:||Digital printing with UV inks|
|Min. Size:||4" x 4"||Printing options:||One-sided and double sided printing is available|
|Max size:||48" x 96"||Drilled hole options:||4 corners, Top and bottom center, Top corners only, 4 Corners and Top and Bottom Center|
|Common sizes:||12"x24", 18"x18", 24"x36", 18"X24", 18"X36", 24"X24", 24"X48", 36"X36"||Cutting options:||Standard, overline or outline, rounded|
|Color:||White||Lifespan outdoors:||3+ years|
|Features:||UV resistant, ideal for digital printing||Lifespan indoors:||10+ years|
What is a Styrene Sign?
Styrene is a smooth material ideal for both Interior and exterior usage. Available in different thicknesses (0.020”, 0.030”, 0.060” and 0.090”) Styrene serves versatile purposes from menu boards to posters and tradeshow displays. The digital prints look so great that it makes Styrene one of the most popular and at the same time inexpensive signage solution for retail businesses, industrial establishments, tradeshows and other venues.
Where to use Styrene Signs?
Styrene Signage is excellent choice for interior office, restaurant, coffee shop or restaurant branding. It’s the perfect material both for interior seasonal artworks, picture frame prints, floor stand signs, maps, oversized checks, promotions and decorations. Point of purchase Styrene Signage is customized and highly attractive. Styrene is also suitable for exterior branding, offline campaigns, events, malls and many more!
What are the advantages of the Styrene Sign?
Where is the difference between Acrylic, Styrene and PVC?
All three materials – PVC, Acrylic and Styrene, are highly used types of Plastic in signage industry both for branding and decoration. The final choice is upon your taste and needs. Styrene comes white. PVC is available in white and black, whereas Acrylic comes translucent black, white, clear or transparent. Acrylic is a more expensive material than Styrene and PVC. Acrylic and Styrene are more UV resistant materials and don’t turn yellow overtime like it may happen with PVC. All three have smooth surfaces, ideal for custom printing, painting and vinyl lettering.