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Neschen Americas - 10/15/2008

SEAL Donates Films for Outdoor Photo Exhibition in Montreal, Canada

Neschen Americas and SEAL brand products is proud to announce their participation as a vendor/sponsor 
for the Lachine Canal Outdoor Photo Exhibition in Montreal, Canada. The exhibition, which was created and 
directed by Boreal Communications, is part of Montreal Green, a project that celebrates nature within the urban 
landscape with the objective of raising awareness to protect natural spaces amidst the pressures of urban 

The project started with two photographers traversing the island of Montreal to collect powerful images testifying 
to the enormous natural beauty and bio-diversity of southern Quebec. Eighteen, 44 x 66 inch, large-format 
images were produced from the photos (courtesy of Epson Canada, using an Epson Stylus Pro 9880 printer 
and Premium Luster paper). The images were mounted to 3/4-inch MDF using SEAL® Print Mount® Ultra 
and were over-laminated with SEAL® Print Shield® Standard UV Luster. Print Mount Ultra is a premium 
pressure-sensitive adhesive that offers excellent lay-down performance, a smooth finish, and an aggressive 
bond. It is an ideal choice for mounting prints to substrates such as MDF in an outdoor application. Print Shield 
Standard UV pressure-sensitive laminating films improve the look and durability of images displayed in high-traffic 
public venues. In addition to physical surface protection and a high-tack bond, the film offers protection against 
UV light for graphics on display in direct sunlight. The Luster finish was chosen for its blend of wear-resistance, 
color enhancement and glare control for easy viewing.

The mounting and laminating was done by Lamination Visuel Inc. using a wrap-around technique in which the 
laminate is wrapped around the edges of the substrate to protect against water/moisture invasion. The finished 
images were then mounted in kiosks along the north side of Lachine Canal at the Atwater Market Place.

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