Clegg Media, has become the first site for Seal’s AquaSEAL 60UV Pro Liquid Lamination system.
Colin Clegg and Steve Lambourne
Colin Clegg with Production Manager Steve Lambourne and the new SEAL
Clegg Media’s Brisbane hedquarters
Leading Queensland ‘Out of Home’ print production company, Clegg Media, has become the first site for Seal’s AquaSEAL 60UV Pro Liquid Lamination system, supplied by Starleaton Digital Solutions and adding to a growing list of ‘firsts’ for Clegg Media.
UV lamination provides the ultimate outdoor protection for wide-format signage and displays. Queensland’s high-UV and occasionally rain-lashed climate can be harder on outdoor media than Southern states, so liquid lamination makes complete sense. The coating not only provides extra protection against the Sun and scratching, but is also water-resistant and serves to improve the appearance of colours. It is particularly useful for vehicle graphics, because it is flexible, liquid-applied and resistant to oil, petrol, salt and scrubbing as experienced in car washes.
Running at between 6 and 32 square metres per minute (depending on coating weight), the AquaSEAL 60UV Pro coats an UV cures up to 1524mm wide, with a larger model available that coats up to 2032mm.
Colin Clegg of Clegg Media says: “We take every step to improve our products and service to customers and have been ‘first in - best dressed’ with a number of innovations, adding UV-cured coating to selected outdoor printed media and vehicle graphics, puts us ahead of the pack again with the AquaSEAL 60UV Pro.”
“The main benefit we are finding with the liquid laminator is it offers superior scratch resistance with anti-graffiti properties when used to coat outdoor signage materials.”
Starleaton’s Ben Eaton comments: “Clegg Media is one of the most recognised names in outdoor graphic production and truck/vehicle wraps. We are delighted that Colin and his team have chosen Seal as their liquid laminator and we look forward to playing our part in furthering the already phenomenal success of Clegg Media.”
Starleaton Digital Solutions