Strange request but does anybody know of a printer/process that will allow a banner to be used underwater in a swimming pool where the inks will withstand the chlorine for a reasonable length of…Continue
"I'd like to say that latex ink would probably do the trick since its plastic ink. But I couldn't be sure. Another option would be to laminate the banner. And another option yet would be to apply cut vinyl to the banner and eliminate ink…"
Before joining the sign permitting field, I was a synchronized swimming coach. I think I've tried every material possible in the water. The year of the '96 Olympics in Atlanta, we made a huge banner out of vinyl and used…"
I believe the biggest problem would be the removal/placement cycles. The Chlorine would attack the PVC or polyester. If there is any silicon in the material it would turn white. even if you get it printed you would have to weigh it down else it…"
"Matt we have produced labels for naval research vehicles, autonomous underwater vehicles(auv's), where they have to withstand wet, pressure, cold, salt water environment and mineral oil...all very difficult but we solved it.
Strange request but does anybody know of a printer/process that will allow a banner to be used underwater in a swimming pool where the inks will withstand the chlorine for a reasonable length of time. I have a dive school client that wants to put an image of the seabed on the pool floor when they are teaching.The banners will be used a few times a week, for 2-3 hours at a time.
I have spoken to a client of mine and he maybe able to help you.
Please contact the following:-
Clint Green - 01869 242 100 or email email@example.com
Hope he can help you.