Corflute signs are lightweight, easy to use and can be used indoors and outdoors. The signage is widely used for trade shows and real estate purposes in the marketing industry. Corflute signs are commonly seen around construction sites or building services where they're being utilised on a short term basis, with long-term display options available too if required by businesses looking to attract the attention of passersby via intricate designs that catch their eye through creative graphics printed onto corrugated plastic sheets which come single or double-sided depending upon preference.
Uses of corflute signs?
Corflute signs are popular advertising signs. Corflute is a trademark name by Corex, which refers to a fluted construction material made from polypropylene. This corrugated plastic is mainly used as a sign writing material for company banner signs or real estate signs.
How long do Corflute signs last?
Most oils, solvents, and water do not affect Corflute signs at average temperatures.
Can it survive five or even ten years in landfills?
Products made of PP degrade slowly in landfills and take around 20-30 years to decompose completely.
How do you cut a Corflute?
Corflute is cut on precisely of cutting machines as Zund and Aristo.
Is corflute signs weather resistant?
Corrugated plastic signs are printed with UV-resistant inks that won’t fade or run even after exposure to direct sunlight and rain. You get high-quality prints that last longer than other materials like cardboard, foam board and paper. And if you need something waterproof, we have corflute material available as well. Our durable corrugated plastic is also recyclable, so there’s no waste at all! For more information on our different signage options, visit our website today!