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HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner - Discontinued

Shift your opportunity for growth into high gear

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For example, more than half of the content by weight consists of chlorine, which may lead to dioxin formation with uncontrolled incineration. With the addition of modifiers such as plasticizers and stabilizers, up to 80% of the materials in PVC scrim banner materials pose incineration and recycling challenges. PVC scrim is very durable and may last over 20 years in a landfill. As landfill taxes become more common, and the rates increase, disposal cost considerations are becoming more important[5]. **Lighter weight, lower transportation costs** At less than half the weight of most standard PVC scrim, you can reduce your transportation costs by about half[6]. Substrate weight can have a big impact on installation, transportation, and disposal costs. A substantial difference in weight can mean it takes fewer people to install displays[7]. The difference also impacts the sheer volume of raw material used and disposed. And less weight can translate into lower transportation costs—you can reduce the transportation cost, per square foot of material, by about half[6]. **Lower carbon footprint** You can reduce the carbon footprint of your banner printing materials—by over 80% using 170 g/m2 (5-ounce) HP HDPE Reinforced Banner([8] and by over 75% using 200 g/m2 (6-ounce) HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner([9]—compared to using a performance-equivalent 440 g/m2 (13-ounce) PVC scrim banner material. 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Water resistance testing follows ISO 18935 method. Results may vary based on specific media performance. For more information, see globalBMG.com/hp/paperpresets.\n\n[4] HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner is recommended for outdoor, double-sided displays in moderate weather conditions. Not recommended for installations in weather conditions with extreme cold or wind and is not intended for flags. Use of two-sided pressure-sensitive banner tape and banner stitching, in combination with grommets suitable for outdoor conditions, is recommended for finishing of all sides. Always use two poles.\n\n[5] In many European countries such as the United Kingdom, there is a Landfill Tax payable on waste disposed of at landfills. The Tax is regulated by HM Revenue and Customs. Tax on active waste amounts to £40/tonne (+VAT) in 2009-2010 and is set to increase £8/per year to 2013. According to defra.gov.uk/environment/economy/waste/, this is becoming a standard practice for other EU countries cewep.com/data/landfill/index.html.\n\n[6] For HP HDPE Reinforced Banner based on the transportation cost per square foot of material comparing a 30-roll pallet of HP HDPE Reinforced Banner (1067 mm x 45,7 m/42 in x 150 ft rolls, 773 lbs, 15750 ft2 of material) and a 20-roll pallet of a traditional 440 g/m2 (13-oz) PVC scrim product (1067 mm x 35 m/42 in x 115 ft, 844 lbs, 8050 ft2 of material); using FedEx National shipping rates (Standard Service) from San Diego, California to New York, New York of $4.87 per lb for 773 lbs and $4.87 per lb for 844 lbs. Ground transportation costs vary by region and ship-to location. For HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner based on the transportation cost per square foot of material comparing a 30-roll pallet of HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner (1067 mm x 45,7 m/42 in x 150 ft rolls, 870 lbs, 15750 ft2 of material) and a 20-roll pallet of a\ntraditional 440 g/m2(13-oz) PVC scrim product (1067 mm x 35 m/42 in x 115 ft, 844 lbs, 8050 ft2 of material); using FedEx National shipping rates (Standard Service) from San Diego, California to New York, New York of $4.77/lb for 870 lbs and $4.87/lb for 844 lbs. Ground transportation costs vary by region and ship-to location.\n\n[7] Depending on the size of the output and the particular printed application.\n\n[8] Calculation by the HP IPG Environmental Technology Platform Team (and confirmed by an independent environmental life cycle assessment firm), based on the activities associated with the manufacturing of the product, and comparing 170 g/m2 (5-ounce) HP HDPE Reinforced Banner to a traditional 440 g/m2 (13-oz) PVC scrim product using the Swiss Center for Life Cycle Inventories Ecoinvent 2.0 database and model IPCC 2007 version 1.02; primarily for the category of PVC/PET/HDPE, and measuring materials extraction, transportation to the manufacturing site, and greenhouse gas emissions generated during manufacturing.\n\n[9] Calculation by the HP IPG Environmental Technology Platform Team (and confirmed by an independent environmental life cycle assessment firm), based on the activities associated with the manufacturing of the product, and comparing 200 g/m2\n (6-ounce) HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner to a traditional 440 g/m2\n (13-oz) PVC scrim product using the Swiss Center for Life Cycle Inventories Ecoinvent 2.2 database and model IPCC 2007 version 1.02; primarily for the category of PVC/PET/HDPE, and measuring materials extraction, transportation to the manufacturing site, and greenhouse gas emissions generated during manufacturing.\n\n[10] For applications compatible with HP HDPE Reinforced Banner and HP Double-sided HDPE Reinforced Banner as an alternative to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) scrim banner material.\n\n[11] Tested on the HP Designjet L25500 Printer series. HP image permanence and scratch, smudge, and water resistance estimates by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of media including HP printing materials.See globalBMG.com/hp/paperpresets.\n\n[12] RF welding not recommended." } [/block]