Duratrans is a printing type with a specific area of use and luminous transmittance. Duratrans printing, which uses a material with fairly high luminous transmittance, is much more effective than transparent plastic or transparent foil with similar qualities. Due to high luminous transmittance, it enables the back light to be reflected out beautifully.
The material has a highly shiny print surface while the reverse side is matte. For Duratrans Printing, the image that will be printed must first be photographed.
Where is Duratrans Printing used?
The main area of use is indoors, however being an interior space is not enough as the area should receive light from the back. It can also be used outdoors by being subject to a lamination process if requested.
What are the advantages of Duratrans Printing?
Its light sensitivity, in other words its optimum luminous transmittance, is its most important quality. It is possible to obtain a result above the standards in terms of quality. Use of solvent-based paints for outdoor applications lengthens the life of the print.