Yes, Dura-Bright™ Synthetic Papers be recycled – as long as you recycle them with other polypropylene materials that have the symbol for #5 PP / polypropylene.
Printability is one of Dura-Bright™’s best qualities. Dura-Bright is compatible with screen printing and offset lithography. Before you attempt to print on this type of material, we strongly recommend you contact your ink vendor to see what types of inks can be used with polypropylene sheets. We can even provide you with sample sheets of … Read more
Yes! That’s where Dura-Bright really shines. Not only is it waterproof and tear resistant, this polymer is naturally UV resistant! The product does not have a specific outdoor lifetime rating; product lifetime outdoors will vary with the outdoor conditions the film is exposed to.
Although polypropylene materials are perfectly safe for general purpose direct and indirect skin contact, Dura-Bright sheets are not certified for medical applications.
Not at this time. Because Dura-Bright is a newer product, we have no food safety information. If you are looking for a film or sheet that is approved for direct food contact, we suggest you review our acetate and DuraLar™ product pages.