Drytac Upgrades its Website

The company says it has made multiple upgrades across all sections of its site that it says will enhance its user-friendliness.

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Richmond, Virginia-based Drytac, an international manufacturer of adhesive-coated products and finishing equipment, with locations throughout North America and Europe, announces the redesign and relaunch of its website.

The company’s key product areas include vehicle, window, wall and floor graphic media, laminating films and mounting adhesives, plus high-performance tapes, industrial adhesives and durable labels. The company says that aside from the new sleek design, the site also features new advanced search capabilities whereby customers, distributors and press can search for a product by media, by application or by SKU. Alternatively, menus list Drytac’s range of products by category, market, print technology and application, making it easier to find and compare compatible media, the company says. Those menus then lead to product pages with comprehensive information and technical data sheets, as well as liberal use of application images.

Also on the website, users will have access to a vast number of profiles based on popular printer models, inks, RIPs and Drytac media-enabling quick plug and print capabilities. The site also features case studies that provide examples from around the world of how the company’s products are being used in the field.

“At Drytac we continually develop products that meet the demands of our customers in industries around the world, and our new website makes it very straightforward to choose the right media,” says Hayden Kelley, CEO of Drytac. “The case studies, blogs and application photos also provide inspiration for our customers looking to provide something new in their market.”


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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