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Reflexite Teams Up With Flexcon on Retroreflective Products

June 2010, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

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Reflexite and Flexcon have teamed up to create pressure-sensitive retroreflective products for trucks and trailers.


The new options for retroreflective applications will combine Reflexite's reflective solutions with Flexcon's polymeric coating, lamination and glass-bead technology.

"Whether it's an emergency vehicle, truck and trailer, or heavy equipment fleet graphics, many industries have come to rely on Reflexite and Flexcon technologies," said John Bennett, vice president of Flexcon's product identification business team. "The pairing of our respective innovations will provide customers with the most comprehensive breadth of reflective film choices."

According to the companies, the polyester construction of Reflexite's microprismatic product line is flexible and durable. Reflexite films retain their photometric performance, even after being impacted, and meet all appropriate ASTM standards. The product line will include Flexcon's selection of adhesives and release liners, and Flexcon is offering a turnaround time of two to five days on standard constructions.

"We are dedicated to providing our customers with durable reflective solutions for their safety, visibility and conspicuity needs, and we are committed to our respective customers with combined inventories that will cover all product ranges when it comes to reflective film technology," said Steve Plomin, transportation market manager, Reflexite.

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