Label: DSP, Virgin EMI Records
Artglass 99™ provides UV protection by blocking out 99% of harmful rays thus helping prevent the treasured keepsake from fading as well as yellowing of photographs, or paper becoming brittle.
Protect what’s important!
THIS ARTGLASS™ PRODUCT HAS THE FOLLOWING FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- HELPS PREVENT TREASURED ITEMS FROM FADING
- 99% UV PROTECTION
- CRISP IMAGE RESOLUTION
- NO “ORANGE PEEL” EFFECT SURFACE DISTORTION
- NEUTRAL Colour FROM ALL ANGLES
- MEETS REQUIREMENTS OF THE STANDARD ISO 18902
- CONSERVATION GRADE GLASS ACCORDING TO PHOTOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY TEST (PAT) ISO 18916
- FOLLOWS FINE ART TRADE GUILD AND PROFESSIONAL PICTURE FRAMERS ASSOCIATION STANDARDS
- 99% CONSERVATION LEVEL UV BLOCK IS CERTIFIED BY NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY IN UK ACCORDING TO EN 410
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