Permanent adhesive vinyl

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Permanent adhesive vinyl

TOME’s Permanent Self Adhesive Vinyl, designed for indoor and outdoor advertising, features a permanent adhesive and high-clarity film for versatile use on flat and slightly curved surfaces.

Features

About Permanent Self Adhesive Vinyl

Product Info

Face Film

100um Off-white

Adhesive

High Tack Permane

Liner

140g Single PE-coated Kraft Silicone Paper

Ink Compatibility

Eco-solvent, Solvent

Size:

0.914/1.07/1.27/1.37/1.52m*50m

Packaging Details:

Exported hard carton

Single package size:

158X16X16 cm

MOQ:

100 Rolls

Surface:

Glossy, Matte

Custom:

ODM and OEM

MODEL NO

Product name

Data Sheet

EV2001

Permanent self adhesive vinyl A grade

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FV1000

Permanent self adhesive vinyl

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EV2002

Matte permanent self adhesive vinyl

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EV3001

Permanent self adhesive vinyl(off-white)

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E-catalogue

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Permanent Self Adhesive Vinyl Material Applications

Boost visibilty for your products or brand with EJET’s self

bus vinyl advertising

bus vinyl advertising

shop window vinyl advertising

Outdoor vinyl Advertising

Outdoor vinyl Advertising

Details

To achieve the best results, it’s essential to follow the instructions for preparation and application.

Printing

The product should generally be handled with a high degree of care. Cotton gloves should be used to prevent damage to the surface or soiling. Check the surface quality prior to printing or application. Also check the print file with profiling. The TOME products require – due to their differing qualities like the thickness of the adhesive layer – different parameter settings of the printer and the selecting software (RIP). Make sure you take the relevant amount of ink and specific colour definitions into account.

Printing Environment: To achieve the best results, maintain a printing environment with a temperature of 22±3°C and a relative humidity of 50±10%.

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Drying up

Freshly printed films should be spread out and left to dry after printing to allow the residual solvent to evaporate.

If freshly printed vinyls are plotted in the printed areas the vinyl might shrink. Laminating too early might – depending on the used ink –affect the functionality of the film (adhesive power, service life) by preventing residual solvents to evaporate. Printed and not sufficiently dried films shrink after printing during the drying process. Following these processing and handling instructions we recommend to spread out and dry the film for at least 24 hours (lying or hanging)

Storage and Processing Conditions

To ensure optimal performance, store the product in its original packaging horizontally, shielded from direct sunlight and heat sources.

The recommended storage conditions include a temperature range of 15°C (59℉) to 35°C (95℉) and a relative humidity of 20-65% RH. Under these conditions, the product has a shelf life of 6 months.

For self-adhesive products supplied in rolls by TOME, it is essential to store them either suspended (with end caps) or standing on end on roll blocks, and never lying (without end caps). Maintain a cool, dry storage environment protected from sunlight during both storage and processing.

Guidelines

Surface Preparation: Before application, ensure the surface is thoroughly cleaned to remove any dirt, dust, or grease.

When applying, it is recommended to use a wet application method, to ensure that the graphics adhere more closely to the application surface. After the application, it is essential to use a squeegee to thoroughly remove any excess moisture from the surface

Note:After printing on the material, ensure thorough drying and ventilation before laminating or any subsequent processing, as solvents in the ink may impact product performance. For improved printing and processing results, it is recommended to let the material sit in the printing environment for over 24 hours. The suggested printing environment is 20±3°C with 50±10% RH relative humidity. Achieving better color reproduction can be accomplished by properly adjusting the heating curve during printing.

Before application, surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned, free from dust, grease, or any contamination that could affect material adhesion. Freshly lacquered or painted surfaces should dry for at least three weeks and completely cure. Users should test the compatibility of selected lacquers and paints before applying the material to ensure optimal results.

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