G‑Floor Graphic Print Media
Transform your floor graphics into graphic floors and so much more. G‑Floor Graphic print media offers printers an exclusive, reliable media to produce a wide range of permanent and free floating applications. Developed for all types of printers, it offers the most durable material wear layer in the industry. G‑Floor Graphic print media offers solvent and UV printers a high quality media for both flexible and rigid applications.
G‑Floor Graphic print media is a 100% solid polyvinyl product. Without heavy fillers and foams, our material is both lightweight and recyclable. G‑Floor Graphic products are guaranteed to outlast and outperform the competition.
Create a like-permanent bond between G‑Floor Graphic and the subfloor with our adhesive tape. The glass cloth tape is perfect for creating a seamless look between multiple sheets of roll out flooring. This waterproof tape will further protect your floors by offering a barrier from any damage. Useful in utility rooms, laundry rooms, trailers and any other place you want to keep dry and protected.
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For permanent installations, we recommend the following adhesives. Taylor Resolute is great for wall to wall installations, while the G‑Floor Mounting Adhesive works great for smaller floor graphic and sticker applications.
Taylor Resolute Adhesive
Double Sided Mounting Adhesive
For repositionable graphics, we recommend G‑Floor BackTract. BackTract is an anti-slip product with high performance acrylic adhesive system. Designed to have a superior Coefficient of Friction for both industrial and commercial anti-slip surface applications.
why choose g-floor graphic
Because with G‑Floor Graphic print media, there are no compromises. Manufactured in the USA using only top-of-the-line products, this print media is truly built for life.
prevents moisture penetration
withstands heavy foot & even vehicle traffic
Easy to Clean
simply sweep or use a damp cloth
impervious to most chemicals & liquids
protects against hazardous conditions