Purple Indigo Malachite (RD07) Vinyl Wrap£117.00
The colors of the Aurora Borealis in a stunning veil dance of the Northern Lights.
As a proud supplier, TeckWrap has plenty of film selections with good conformability and durability. The material is stretchable enough to wrap every edge and recessed area easily. And the adhesive is safe without giving you any trouble when uninstalling. The better thing is these vinyl wraps from TeckWrap are all of the high quality but reasonable and affordable price.
Conformable material with stable color pigments. Suitable for full car wrapping (or any other smooth or curved surface)The thickness of the film: 0.15mm
The thickness of film with release liner: 0.31mm
Type of film: High-grade polymeric multilayered calendared vinyl film with air-release channels
Width & Length: 1.52m*18m (59.8"* 708,6", 4.98ft*59ft, 1.66yd* 19,6yd)
Series: 190 series
Adhesive: Henkel solvent-based acrylic adhesive, transparent, ultra-weather-resistant, viscosity 1000~3000cps, thickness 12 μm dry
Release liner: Felix Schoeller Release Liner / 20-104-20-1,9 printed, double side PE coated Kraft. (ISO 9001, ISO 140001, OHSAS 18001)
Storing period (shelf life): 2 years if stored in +10°С to +20°С, relative humidity 50%, in original package, away from direct sunlight, clean and dry place.
Durability/Warranty: Datasheet (Click the link)
Application: from +17°С to +18°С, usage from -45°С to +45°С
Dimensional stability: shrinkage less than 3%(matte), 4% (glossy)
Plastification: between 27%-35%
Breaking Strength: 22.7 N/10mm (Average) Test Method: ASTM D3759/D3759M-057.4 N/10mm (Average)
Light Ageing in UV Exposure: Test Method: ASTM D4329-13 Cycle A & ISO 105-A02:1993/Cor.2:2005, Test result: 5, pass. Exposure cycle: ASTM D4329-13 cycle A, Lamp type: UVA-3408h UV at (60±2.5)℃ BPT, 0.89 W/ (m2•nm)@340nm, 4h condensation at (50±2.5)℃ BPT, Exposure duration: 49h
Recommended application tools: Squeegee, buffer, knife, masking tape, heat gun, magnets, gloves, IRR thermometer, IRR heater
Application method: Standard methods for calendared films. No overstretching. Post heating
Post-heating temperature: 110℃
Cure time: 24 hours above 10℃
Aftercare: PH neutral, Avoid wax or solvents
Tools: soft squeegees with buffers
Important note: The screen's images, colors, and finishes are approximate. For the real 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 scratching of the film is not covered by the warranty.