Backlit Sign Media For Aqueous Inkjet Printing:

SIHL 3461 SuperDry (UHFB7)
175 micron, translucent, high quality
universal front print backlit film

SIHL 3461 SuperDry (UHFB7) backlit signage shown on a lightbox: the picture in the top left half is shown backlit in daylight and the bottom right half backlit at night - both are equally effective when backlit and the quality of the print is superb.We believe this to be the highest quality backlit sign film on the market.

When profiled correctly the final image quality looks as if it has been produced photographically on a Durst Lambda.

This front print backlit features a 175µ polyester film with a satin ink jet coating that works with dye and pigmented inks.
With pigmented inks an optical density of >3 can be achieved resulting in deep intense blacks with no show through.

The advanced top coating offers good resistance to both water and fingerprinting but for ultimate protection our DigiGuard standard laminates can be used, and if you really want to ensure the highest quality image for both day and night advertising we would recommend an ultra clear gloss laminate such as our GV3-60 or Mactac's PG7036.

SIHL 3461 SuperDry is also available up to 1524mm wide, unlike Lambda prints.

The image above shows UHFB7 backlit sign media when viewed on a lightbox: the picture in the top left half is shown backlit in daylight and the bottom right half backlit at night - both are equally effective when backlit and the quality of the print is superb.

» Technical Data Sheet.
» Prices and Roll Sizes.

Available in 20M rolls in widths of 914mm, 1067mm, 1270mm and 1524mm.
This product is not available to buy by the linear metre (‘Buy The Metre’).


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SIHL 3461 SuperDry (UHFB7) - 175µ translucent high quality universal front print backlit film. We believe this to be the highest quality backlit film on the market and when profiled correctly the final image quality looks as if it has been produced photographically on a Durst Lambda.