Clear PVC

Screen Printing on Clear Plastic Sheets


PVC is a flexible, lightweight and durable material that is widely issued in the Screen Printing Industry for numerous applications.

EFAN offers a wide range of plastic film and sheet products that are used for a range of everyday printing applications, including indoor banners, signs, decals, tags, labels, calendars, charts, maps, cards, menus, packaging, point-of-purchase displays, and much more!

Clear PVC is the economical answer for many plastic film applications. Efan’s versatility makes it a great choice for printing, die-cutting, gluing, and folding applications. The low cost of vinyl combined with its high durability makes it well suited for promotional signs and labels, packaging, graphics, overlays, stencils and protective coverings.


Some applications and uses for Clear Rigid Vinyl Sheets:


  • Thermoforming for packaging
  • Trade shows, echibitions and shop fitting
  • Box lids and boxes for packaging
  • Printing & Lamination
  • Signage and POP Displays
  • Flooring Overlay
  • Stationary & Overlays
  • Lampshades & Ceiling Films
  • Protective Overlay
  • Credit cards, Security cards
  • Transparent advertising,
  • point-of-purchase displays sales promotion items
  • Indoor signage
  • in-store merchandising in populated areas
  • Machine guards


Uses of UV Ink in Screen Printing

UV inks are used to print on smooth surfaces. UV inks are commonly used in screen printing for decals, nameplates, signage, metal decoration, container decoration and automotive artwork, as well as for industrial applications. UV inks often contain additives to tailor the ink to the proper screen printing application. Specialty UV inks, such as glitter inks, also are available. There are even UV inks that create prints that attract magnets, making them ideal for display signage that needs to be changed out frequently. 

In recent years probably no area of screenprinting has developed faster than UV printing. As a commercially viable technology its history is barely three decades old, but today it competes readily with the solvent-based screenprinting inks.

Silk-screen printing is one of the most popular printing techniques, and is the most-used by companies when printing designs onto products of different sizes and materials.

It has been used for more than 100 years in the commercial and artistic sector and is mainly used for printing images and designs on vinyl, pvc, acrylic, aluminum, wood, ceramics and other flat surface materials.

There are different types of silk-screen printing, depending on the aim and the printing process used. Among them, we can find screen printing for the graphic design sector, screen printing for the art sector and textile printing.

What are the benefits of silk-screen printing?

- Excellent quality-price ratio for large print runs
- Perfect colour reproduction 
- Durability of personalised items 
- Printouts that are resistant to many washing procedures

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