Black Cherry Ice (HM08-HD) Vinyl Wrap£116.00
Conformable and reliable Renolit polymeric material. Suitable for full car wrapping (or any other smooth or curved surface).
The thickness of the film: is 0.13mm
The thickness of film with release liner: 0.29mm
Note: Products that have "HD" letters in their SKU (product code) are with the plastic release liner (high-gloss films)
Type of film: Pressure-sensitive high-grade polymeric vinyl film with air-release channels
Colors: Black Cherry Ice, Gloss green-black, Burgundy Black, Sonoma Green, Gloss beige linen, Antique green, Copper Bronze
Series: 190 series
Adhesive: Henkel solvent-based acrylic adhesive, transparent, ultra-weather-resistant, viscosity 1000~3000cps, thickness 12 μm dry
Storing period: 3 years if stored in +10°С to +20°С for optimal quality, relative humidity 50%, in original package, away from direct sunlight, clean and dry place
Durability/Warranty: Datasheet (Click the link)
Post heating: 100 Celsius
Surface gloss (CD): 14.5% (Test method: ASTM D523-99 60 d.angle)
Elongation/Break MD:206.8 / CD:196.4 (Test method: ASTM D882-02)
Tensile Strength: MD:29.5 / CD:24.8 N/mm2 - Speed 200mm/min (Test method: ASTM D882-02)
Dimensional Stability: 2% - Oven/10'*70C(MD) (Test method: ASTM D1204-02)
Surface Tension: 34 dynes/cm (Test method: ASTM D2578-04a, 24 hours after production)
Application temperature: from +17°С to +18°С, usage from -45°С to +45°С
Tools: Standard squeegee with a soft buffer
Conformability: smooth and medium curved surface
Overlap width: 3-4mm
The protective cap should be peeled off before installation.
Package: Roll width 152 cm, length 18 m, weight 13 kg
Important note: The screen's images, colors, and finishes are approximate. For an accurate representation of the product, always check the color swatch. Rolls from the same production LOT number should be used for completing a wrap job, as a slight batch-to-batch variation of color may occur. The film may scratch during the application or a day in and out use. The warranty does not cover the scratching of the film.