Removable vinyl placards are 4.5 mil thick and supplied with an adhesive that lets the placard stay put, yet can be removed cleanly if needed to change the placard.
On the other hand, a tagboard placard is made from a 16 point board with a 215# basis weight. These placards can be mounted using sturdy holders. Tagboard coating is water-resistant.
Both the materials are printed flexographically with lightfast inks that minimize sunlight’s effect, preventing the color from fading or changing over time.
While removable placards are flexible and can be applied even on a curved surface, tagboard placards are ideal for flat surfaces only. The perfect application temperature for removable placards is between 40°F and 80°F. Both the materials are designed for single-trip/temporary applications.
If we talk about flip placards, both our Flip-n-Lock™ Placards as well as DigiLock™ Placards feature a drainage channel in the base, unlike the ones commonly found with competitors. Rain and snow run right through the channel. Channel slots propel ice, dirt, grime, and salt away. Since there are two drain holes per side, sludge and ice build-up are hampered. Watch this amazing video to take a virtual tour of these placards.
Yes, our DigiLock™ Placards are supplied with eight mounting holes. Each corner has two mounting holes for two rivets. Holes help you mount the placard more securely.
Yes, tagboard placards are recommended to use with one of our placard holders. These placards are made of a 16 mil thick board with a 215# basis weight. Durable yet economical, these short-term use placards offer exceptional resistance to buckling and blowouts in all weather conditions. Since tagboard placards have no attachment option, these holder choices are offered with them (at extra cost) for easy installation -