A white, self-adhesive polypropylene film with a matt microporous coating, removable adhesive and a paper release liner.
- Indoor signage (posters, point of purchase)
- Exhibition panels
- Outdoor signage (outdoor inks)
- Construction boards
- Shop (window) decoration
- High colour brilliance and saturation
- Up to 12 months outdoor with pigment inks
- High whiteness
- Removable adhesive
- Good lamination properties
|Waterbased Dye & Pigment
|Thickness / Thickness with Liner
|100 Micron / 170 Micron
|Suitable for Lamination
|Cold pressure sensitive
|Indoor / Outdoor Use
|75mm / 3"
Allow material to adapt to room conditions for 24 hours before printing. Side to be printed is the outer side of the roll. Make sure that the media comes not into contact with grease, oil, silicon, and dirt to avoid printing defects. It is recommended to handle the media with cotton gloves. Insert the paper with care in the printer. Incorrect loading can cause skewing or creasing. It is recommended to calibrate the printer before printing and to make a test print.
Print results will vary for different printer ink combinations. Ink restrictions and printer settings should be set for specific printer-ink combinations to obtain the best results. Canon media profiles include optimal ink and printer settings for Canon supported printers.
The material will stick to any even and smooth surfaces which are dry and free of dirt, grease, silicon etc. except nonpolar surfaces like PE and PP. Before gluing it is recommended to check that the surface is appropriate for this aim and that it has been prepared (cleaned) professionally. When applying the vinyl the surface temperature should be above 15 °C.
The media can be used outdoor without lamination when printed with outdoor inks. However, we recommend protecting its surface if it is subject to abrasion or any other mechanical influences, to dirt or humidity. When dye inks are used, we recommend to always laminate the vinyl to improve the lightfastness and to protect it against smudging.
The vinyl can be removed by heating the surface of the film with a hot air gun. Then pull it off carefully