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FlexIRON™ Magnetic Receptive Sheet - Paper

FlexIRON™ Magnetic Receptive Sheet - Paper

12mil Thk. x 48.0'' W x 75' L Indoor 1-roll w/ paper coat
ZGNFS1248PP75C

FlexIRON magnetic receptive sheeting is not a magnet. It’s made with a high concentration of iron so it attracts all types of magnets, including magnetic sheets and strip, as well as ceramic and neodymium magnets.

FlexIRON costs and weighs less than magnetic sheeting, so it's the most economical to use when printing and shipping.

 

  • Print direct to FlexIRON – Compatible with aqueous inks, graphics achieve high-resolution color and clarity. Also flows smoothly through commercial printers with metal platens
  • Choose the right size for your project – Rolls available in 11 to 25 mil thick x 24” to 54” in. wide x 10’ to 100’ ft. long – contact us if you need a different size
  • Cut to size – Easily cut using a utility knife or scissors, and compatible with most router and plotter systems
  • Use indoors and outdoors – Withstands temperature range of -15° F to 160° F (-26° C to 71° C)


Regular price
$19.99
Sale price
$19.99
TECHNICAL SPECS
Adhesive
No
Compatible Ink Systems
aqueous
Flexible Use (Indoor/Out)
Indoor
Magnet Material
Magnetic Receptive
Magnet Shape
Sheet
Magnet Side
Plain Receptive
Magnet to Magnet (Y/N)
No
MMI Part #
ZGNFS1248PP75C
Number of Items in Sell Pack
1
Printable (Y/N)
Yes
Product Length (Ft.)
75
Product Thickness (mil)
12
Product Width (In.)
48
Weak Side
White P.P. Paper
Weight (lbs)
56
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
12mil Thk. x 48.0'' W x 75' L Indoor 1-roll w/ paper coat
ZGNFS1248PP75C

FlexIRON magnetic receptive sheeting is not a magnet. It’s made with a high concentration of iron so it attracts all types of magnets, including magnetic sheets and strip, as well as ceramic and neodymium magnets.

FlexIRON costs and weighs less than magnetic sheeting, so it's the most economical to use when printing and shipping.

 

  • Print direct to FlexIRON – Compatible with aqueous inks, graphics achieve high-resolution color and clarity. Also flows smoothly through commercial printers with metal platens
  • Choose the right size for your project – Rolls available in 11 to 25 mil thick x 24” to 54” in. wide x 10’ to 100’ ft. long – contact us if you need a different size
  • Cut to size – Easily cut using a utility knife or scissors, and compatible with most router and plotter systems
  • Use indoors and outdoors – Withstands temperature range of -15° F to 160° F (-26° C to 71° C)


FlexIRON™ Magnetic Receptive Sheet - Paper

FlexIRON™ Magnetic Receptive Sheet - Paper

12mil Thk. x 48.0'' W x 75' L Indoor 1-roll w/ paper coat
ZGNFS1248PP75C

FlexIRON magnetic receptive sheeting is not a magnet. It’s made with a high concentration of iron so it attracts all types of magnets, including magnetic sheets and strip, as well as ceramic and neodymium magnets.

FlexIRON costs and weighs less than magnetic sheeting, so it's the most economical to use when printing and shipping.

 

  • Print direct to FlexIRON – Compatible with aqueous inks, graphics achieve high-resolution color and clarity. Also flows smoothly through commercial printers with metal platens
  • Choose the right size for your project – Rolls available in 11 to 25 mil thick x 24” to 54” in. wide x 10’ to 100’ ft. long – contact us if you need a different size
  • Cut to size – Easily cut using a utility knife or scissors, and compatible with most router and plotter systems
  • Use indoors and outdoors – Withstands temperature range of -15° F to 160° F (-26° C to 71° C)


Need a larger quantity? Request a quote for volume pricing.

Regular price
$191.30
Sale price
$191.30

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AdhesiveNo
Compatible Ink Systemsaqueous
Flexible Use (Indoor/Out)Indoor
Magnet MaterialMagnetic Receptive
Magnet ShapeSheet
Magnet SidePlain Receptive
Magnet to Magnet (Y/N)No
MMI Part #ZGNFS1248PP75C
Number of Items in Sell Pack1
Printable (Y/N)Yes
Product Length (Ft.)75
Product Thickness (mil)12
Product Width (In.)48
Weak SideWhite P.P. Paper
Weight (lbs)56

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