MH1413-G-Vertac.pdf (86.41 KB)
VERTAC series digital printing media produced by innovative double side polycoated production technics.
It offers excellent facefilm flattening and printability while solving facefilm shrinking and edge-rolling problem with
well know adhesion.
Our media division providing slitting service for all the media to any of the sizes You needs.
Type: Vertac Grey Adhesive Permanent Sticker
Size: 1.27m x 50m
Permanent Self Adhesive Vinyl Technical Information
Type: PVC Calendered monomeric soft PVC film
Color Code: White Gloss
Surface Tension: ¨R30dn/cm
Type: Grey solvent based permanent pressure sensitive glue
Adhesion Temperature: 15¡æ~40¡æ
180° Peeling Force: ¨R10N/25mm£¨FTM1£©
Initial Tack: ¨R7N/25MM*25MM£¨FTM9£©
Holding Power: ¨R1440min£¨FTM8£©
Type: PE Kraft paper
Release Force: 0.05~0.2N/25mm
12 months under ordinary condition at temperature of 22¡æ and relative humidity of 50-55%
Outdoor digital and silk screen printing media for signage display, vehicle graphics, airport
and subway graphics application.
Compatibility of printers and ink
Media is suitable for all solvent and eco solvent digital printers with heating system including Phaeton,Infiniti, Mimaki , Roland, Vutek and HP Scitex. Inks should be the original ink from the printer manufacturers. The best printing temperature is 35-40¡æ.
Warranty and Limitation
VERTAC products are manufactured with high quality raw materials and advanced
technology & equipment, guaranteed by serious and scientific quality control system. All
VERTAC products are warranted to be free of defects in materials and manufacture at the
time of shipment and to meet the product specification. Should there is any product defects
caused by manufacturer, compensation will be limited within certain product price.
Data above are updated results and conclusions of test by XUSEN and is subject to
change without prior notice.
VERTAC is not responsible for all the performance of this material for a given
application, The users of materials should perform their own testing to determine the
suitability of the material for the intended use.