Considered a ‘game changer’, Arlon SLX, a premium cast 50-micron Gloss White repositionable film with FLITE air release technology, is fast becoming a favourite with industry professionals.
Manchester-based Signage Systems Ltd, is one such Company which recently converted to using the film and hasn’t looked back.
The Company first became aware of SLX when it heard about it being on promotion. Following a conversation with one of the William Smith team about the great properties of the product, Signage Systems Director, Adam O’Shaughnessy, was keen to see just how good it was.
“With costs of all materials increasing over the last two years, we needed to find a product which had similar properties to the one we were using, but still kept costs keen for the end user,” said Adam.
“After a discussion with William Smith, we thought we would give SLX a try and we’re delighted to say it did not disappoint.
“We found the application easy, which in turn meant we were able to save time. Having been impressed with the overall good finish on the final installed product, which we tested on a small job at first, we chose to use SLX on three jumbo sized printer vans for one of our clients.
“We’re not the only ones who were impressed with this product, we also had good feedback off our client who said it was the best wraps they had ever had done and that was down to both the material and our engineer.
“I would definitely recommend using SLX as the material sits well in its category for cost, ease of application and quality.”
Having worked with William Smith for over 10 years, Signage Systems Ltd, has established a trusted relationship with the company, which it credits to the service it receives, as well as the team’s experience and in-depth product knowledge.
Adam continued: “We feel continuously supported by the team at William Smith and when they introduced us to Arlon SLX, we had no doubt the product would deliver as they said it would, as their knowledge is second to none, which is why we continue to go to them for all our products.”