COATED ONE SIDE use with OEM inks for best results
These Tyvek Sheets offer the convenience of printing quality graphics or text with your desktop inkjet printer! Use them for all the same reasons you look for Tyvek to provide: durability, flexibility, smooth texture, lightweight, opaqueness, and resistance to water, chemicals, rot and mildew.
DuPont Tyvek substrates were designed to survive where paper, film and laminates fail. Tyvek provides superior strength and durability over time and in some of the harshest environments imaginable.
Race Bib Numbers
Score Card/Play Card Sheets
Field Worksheets/Field Reports
Service Reports/Lab Reports
DuPont's Uses & Applications GuideSizes available in C1/S coated sheets (7.5 mil)
8 1/2" x 11" - 25 sheet packages - view pricing
8 1/2" x 11" - 50 sheet packages - view pricing
8 1/2" x 11" - 100 sheet packages - view pricing
8 1/2" x 11" - 300 sheet packages - view pricingProduct Notes:
Use only with water-based inks. Not for use with solvent-based ink.
To obtain a high degree of water resistance, use only pigmented ink. Allow the print to dry for 24 hours before exposing it to moisture. Lamination is not required.
Dirt and stains cannot be cleaned from the imaged surface and the surface can be damaged from excessive folding or creasing.
The fading time of ink jet ink is a direct result of the inks that you choose to use and the environment where the print is displayed. All dye-based inks fade noticeably under direct sunlight and in interior applications where direct sunlight may fall on the image and/or where fluorescent or other UV producing lighting is present. Certain UV enhanced inks, pigment-based inks and certain UV inhibiting laminates will extend the time duration of the fading process inherent with all ink jet inks. Contact the ink manufacturer to determine suitability for any application.
Tyvek is a white, non-toxic, chemically inert, binder-free product.Allweatherblueprints - Weatherproof Paper Solutions
TyvekŪ is a registered trademark of DuPontTM
for it's brand of protective material.
DuPont TyvekŪ can be recycled at centers that recycle flexible high density polyethylene (HDPE) products.