NovaSign Overlamination Matte PVC 70 (COM 4513)

NovaSign OverLamination Matte PVC 70 
For cold over lamination of digital prints
Product Description & Application
NovaSign OverLamination Matte PVC 70 (COM 4513) is a matte finish, pressure sensitive adhesive coated, cold over lamination media. It protects the digital prints against scratches, stains, moisture and potentially damaging gases in both indoor & outdoor environment.
Features & Benefits
Matte finish surface for better appealing of prints.
Transparent adhesive for high image clarity.
Superior quality PVC media for ease of handling during manual & machine lamination.
This media is an enhancement tool perfectly matched with the NovaJet and NovaSign media for best result.
Suitability for laminating prints on PET, PVC & Paper substrates making it ideal for wider variety of application.
Product Specifications
Base
:
PVC
Thickness
:
70 microns ± 5
Release Liner Thickness
:
100 gsm (±10 gsm)
Surface Finish
:
Matte
Adhesive
:
Acrylic, Solvent based & Permanent
Application
:
Cold Overlay using Pressure Rollers
Shelf-Life
:
One year from the date of manufacturing when stored in original packaging at 25oC to 30oC & 50% RH (± 5%)
Available Sizes
:
990 mm x 50 m, 1070 mm x 50 m,1270 mm x 50 m & 1524 mm x 50 m
Usage Instructions
We recommend prints are dried for 4 to 6 hours at 30oC to 35oC at RH<60% before laminating. Increase of higher RH, we recommend longer drying time.
While laminating prints with heavy ink lay downs, allow longer drying time before lamination.
Usage of original inks is highly recommended, other inks may react with the adhesive of lamination film and cause "colour shift".
We recommend using custom colour profiles for critical colour reproduction. Lamination often causes colour shift in images. Please consult our HelpDesk for further assistance.
The lamination film must be checked for compatibility with the media & end use application of the finished product.
Before trimming or mounting the laminated print, it is recommended to wait atleast for one hour to allow adequate bonding of lamination.
When not in use, the lamination film should be stored in its original packing.