LS2760G is a calendered PVC vinyl with specially formulated low - tack adhesive used for window graphic application. This product is designed to meet the requirements of the customers who want easy application and removability of the adhesive (which leaves less residue).
Areas of use
- Screen printing
- Solvent inkjet printing: Vutek, Arizona, Mimaki, Mutoh, Roland, DGI etc
- POP display, window decal, Temporary signage.
⇒ The films conform well to flat surfaces, when processed and applied according to LG recommendations.
- 2years durable calendered film
- Good compatibility : screen print, electro static etc
- Good Dimensional stability
- Using Acrylic adhesive(low tack)
- Liner : Super flat, double side olefin coated paper
- Standard Width: 54”, 60”
- Standard Length: 100yd
|Film||3.2 mils(80 microns) opaque film with gloss finish|
|Thickness||4.2 mils(105 microns) with adhesive (± 10 %)|
|Adhesive||Acrylic based pressure sensitive(Solvent based, low tack)|
|Liner||Double side olefin coated paper|
|Application temp.||≥10℃(18 to 25℃ optimum)|
Durability is based on field experience and exposure tests in South Korea. Outdoor durability is 2 years when properly processed and applied (unprinted film vertical exposure).
Shelf life is 1 year from factory shipment.
Storage condition: Free from excessive moisture, temperature, direct sunlight (20℃ x 50% R.H)
|Property||Metric Units||Test Method|
|Thickness (Including adhesive)||4.2mils(105㎛) ± 10%||Micrometer|
|Tensile strength||≥ 1.8kg/cm²||ASTM D882|
|Elongation||≥ 100%||ASTM D882|
|Peel adhesion(24hrs)||100<g/in||180 peeling PSTC-1|
|Service temp. range||-25℃ ~ 82℃||Film applied Al panels 24hrs prior test|
|Application temp.||≥ 10℃||18 to 25℃ optimum, on clean substrate|
|Opacity||Tt<10||Haze Meter (Tt: Transmission)|
|Gloss||≥60||@60, in Machine Direction|
|Release liner thickness||0.16mm|
The film can be screen printed with sericol/ Meyercord ink and clears or the equivalent.
Processing is the same as with any conventional vinyl film. The printed or unprinted films may be die cut by conventional thermal and steel rule method.
Drying methods can vary, but solvent retention must be eliminated as soon as practical. Failure to do so may affect vinyl and adhesive properties.