Decorative Window Film Process Featured on Isle of Man Bank

March 19th, 2010 | Category: Industry News

Based in the United Kingdom, DigiGlass, a specialty window film printer, has completed its latest window graphic installation featuring giant sunflowers at the main branch of Isle of Man Bank, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group of companies. The brief was to print and install a window display that provided a high-impact, both internally and externally, for the Bank’s latest spring campaign.

Working closely with the Bank’s existing marketing agency, Home Strategic, DigiGlass used its DigiLam process to deliver high definition window graphics that appear to be printed directly on to the glass. The complex process involves printing five colors in three layers on to optically clear PET window film.

The company says this was the first window film installation to use the DigiLam process. This involves the application of an optically clear laminated film over the printed window film to further enhance the visual appearance and provide an additional layer of window protection.

According to the company, the window also film blocks 99 percent of the sun’s ultraviolet rays and reduces incoming solar energy, helping reduce the Bank’s energy bills.

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  1. Congratulations to Dave and the Digiglass Team. Finally high definition graphics and window film have fused to produce a new level of window decoration and providing a solution to problems associated with glass.

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