Canon IJM367 Polyprop Light Block Film 200 Micron

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Canon IJM367 Polyprop Light Block Film 200 Micron

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A multi-layered polypropylene film for indoor use with a matt coating on the front and a grey light block coating on the reverse side. The film is suitable for dye and pigments inks. The film is also compatible with the Océ Crystal Point Technology.


  • Indoor roll-up display
  • Point of purchase displays 
  • Trade show graphics


  • Excellent print-quality
  • Bright white appearance
  • Anti-glare matt surface
  • Opaque against rear lights
  • Excellent flatness
  • Outdoor with lamination
Ink TypeWaterbased Dye & Pigment, UVGel, Océ Crystal Point Technology
Media TypePolypropylene
Thickness200 Micron
Backing ColourGrey
Suitable for LaminationCold Pressure Sensitive
Indoor / Outdoor UseIndoor
PVC FreeYes
Width36", 42"
Core Size75mm / 3"

Printing Guidelines

Side to be printed is the outer side of the roll. By nature the film induces a static charge when (un)winding, therefore precautions should be made to prevent this from influencing the print. Use of gloves is recommended. 

Print results will vary for different printer/ink combinations. Canon media profiles include recommended ink restrictions and printer parameters. Depending on environment and application, printer parameters may have to be adjusted slightly in order to obtain the best results. For Canon ColorWave printers its advisable to use the top delivery tray for output, due to possible high curl

Application Guidelines

This material is developed for dye based and pigmented inks. Image durability with dye-based inks will vary depending upon use and exposure to light and UV radiation. 

The use of pigmented inks will establish excellent indoor longevity up to many years (dependent on exposure conditions).

Lamination Guidelines

Lamination is optional. In order to protect the image from physical damage and to decrease image-fading, overlaminate is recommended.