NovaJetTM Premium Matte Film 75
For thermal water-based inkjet printing of architectural designs, GIS drawings & textile positives
Product Description & Application
NovaJet Premium Matte Film 75 (PMF 75) is a double matte polyester film, top-coated with an ink-receptive layer for inkjet printing. It is also back-coated to allow easy manual corrections. It is ideal for printing colour separation with monochrome black inks for textile screens, originals in mono black & colour for architectural drawings and GIS applications. NovaJet Premium Matte Film 75 is perfectly suited for all-over prints that have repetitive motifs, as it gives uniform density throughout the design.
Features & Benefits
Uniform density for sharp & uniform outlines and smooth solids
Optimum density for perfect duplication
Non-tear base for higher durability
Drafting property on the reverse side to allow manual corrections
Thick polyester base for ease of handling
Product Specifications
Polyester film
Base Thickness
75 microns
Surface Finish
Whiteness Lab Values
L = 85 ± 2
a = 0.1 ± 0.1
b = 2.7 ± 0.2
Background Density
0.6 ± 0.15 #
Ink Compatibility
Water-based Dye & Pigment Inks
31.27% ± 2%
Not Acid Free
Available Sizes
914 mm x 20 m; 914 mm x 45 m.
Also available in custom sizes.
One year from the date of manufacture when stored in original packing at 20 - 25o C and 50 % RH.
# Density measured using GretagMacbeth D200 – II Densitometer.
Handling & Usage Instructions
Condition the media in the normal printing environment for 24 hours before printing.
It is recommended to use only original inks to get best results in terms of compatibility & ink density. Compatibility of media with refilled inks must be checked before use. For more information contact our application experts.
Printed media should be thoroughly dried for at least 30 minutes before exposing it on to diazo papers and films.
Images printed on the media should be kept away from ammonia / amines solution or vapour to prevent discolouration.
A fresh pair of cotton gloves should be used while handling the bare media to avoid sweat, grease and oil transfer on to the media that could adversely affect the print quality.
When not in use, the media should be stored in its original packing in a vertical position.