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Mactac IMAGin Verde VM3209R

WP129 Version 6 1116 Approved by J. S. Product IMAGin WindowView WP129 - Perforated One-Way Visibility Film Product Description WP129 is a promotional 6-mil soft white vinyl film coated with a black semi-permanent adhesive and a 6040 perforation with a 1.6 mm hole diameter and 2.4 mm between holes for one-way visibility. The product is supplied with an 86 stable white kraft liner. WP129 is designed for solvent and eco-solvent ink jet printing for window graphics viewed from one side and see-through from the other side. External Applications Window graphics applied onto flat glass surfaces showing advertising on one side and allowing see-through from the other. WP129 can also be used in conjunction with opaque marking films for vehicle and public transportation advertising. Application is not guaranteed when heaters on rear windows are in operation this may cause WP129 to lift. The use of rear wipers is also not recommended wiping may affect the print or cause the overlaminate on the WP129 to become hazy. To make full use of the advertising it is recommended the inside lighting of the vehicle to be dimmer than the lighting on the outside of the vehicle especially at night. WP129 can also be used to reduce heat and glare from the sun inside vehicles and glass-walled buildings. Internal Applications Because of its one-way visibility WP129 can be used for surveillance purposes in shops department store stock rooms etc. Physical Properties Property Quick Tack lb. in N25mm Glass Peel Adhesion N25 mm 180 on Glass - 24 hr. Dimensional Stability 48 hours 158F 70C Typical Values FTM - 9 1.40 - 2.3 6 - 10 FTM - 1 1.0 - 2.0 4.5 - 8.5 max 0.2 Temperature Range Minimum Application End Use Test Method FTM - 14 10 x10 Sample Bonded to aluminum 50F 10C 0F to 140F -17C to 60C Values given are typical for unprocessed product and are not for use as specifications. Processing may change the values. Durability The outdoor durability of the unprinted film is 1 ye

ar. However actual durability of the printed graphic is dependent on the inks and overlaminates used. Some adverse reactions may occur when applying WP129 to certain substrates such as acrylic glass polycarbonate polystyrene plasticized PVC rubber window seals and certain paints. These reactions have a negative effect on the adhesive performance. Glass Breakage MACtac accepts no liability for glass breakage due to temperature differences across the glass which can be caused by sunlight on dark areas of the graphic. Size thickness quality of cut edge treatment tinting and frame design all effect temperature stress. Shelf Life 1 year from D.O.M. when stored at 6077F 1525C and 50 relative humidity in the original package. Approved Print Materials Screen Printing UV Cured Solvent Digital UV Inkjet Eco-solvent True solvent Latex HP Indigo Off-set Off-set UV Thermal Transfer Flexographic Laser Jetrion To achieve the best possible print quality please make sure that the correct ICC profiles or printer settings are used. Profiles can be obtained from our Distributors or can be downloaded from . Printer and heater settings and ICC profiles can also be downloaded from some O.E.M. or software manufacturers websites. The ICC profiles are provided solely as a customer resource. Print environments the individual nature of printing systems inks and software can significantly affect output. It is the customers responsibility to determine the suitability of any profile for use in their specific print environment. Limitations 1 The user is responsible for determining the products suitability including adhesion and if needed removal characteristics when used in applications other than listed specifically in this Performance Guide. 2 If there are any questions about applications please contact your Mactac sales representative to discuss your requirements for recommendations. 3 If this is a printed Performance Guide it is an uncontrolled document. Please check the Mactac

website for the latest most up-to-date version Recommendations Always test your combination of WindowView products inks and laminating films prior to commercial use. 1. Printing Conditions Print in conditioned pressroom at 73F 23C and 50 RH. Ink saturation should not exceed 270. 2. Drying Requirements Solvent Eco-solvent and Mild-solvent inkjet prints require 24 - 48 hr. drying time - open to the air. Inks do not dry when printed media is rolled up. The prints must be dry prior to lamination. 3. Laminating Conditions If the printed graphic is likely to be exposed to corrosive liquids smoke fumes and highly polluted areas or there is a likelihood of scratching it is highly recommended to laminate with optically clear Permacolor LF3640 RAYZor laminating films. 4. Transportation Conditions To allow for easy transportation WP129 can be rolled up with the image out with a minimum diameter of 6 inches 15cm. When the image is not protected by an overlaminate make sure the print is completely dry and protected in a plastic bag. During transportation or storage avoid exposing them to extreme temperature and humidity changes. 5. Application The dry method is recommended. The wet application method is not recommended due to the fact the moisture will become trapped between the perforations and overlaminate therefore affecting the see-through visibility. 6. Trimming and Finishing Windows Window trimming needs special care depending on the type of window you are marking a. Contact with Rubber Window Seals will cause the adhesive to fail. Therefore graphics need to be trimmed off the rubber seals by 18 inch minimum. b. Windows with beveled edges need to have the graphic trimmed away from the edge at a 45 angle to eliminate a hard edge that is easily peeled back. Warning Application of vinyl film that renders emergency exit windows inoperative is prohibited under National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966 recodified at Title 49 U.S.C. The application of vinyl film ove

r the emergency exit window seals will not permit the emergency exits to function as intended. This creates a safety hazard. In order to permit the exits to function it is necessary to trim properly around the emergency exit seals. Often the window seals do not coincide with the window frame edge. If a manufacturer distributor dealer or motor vehicle repair business renders an item of safety equipment inoperable they are subject to civil penalties outlined in 49 U.S.C. 30165 a penalty of not more than 5000 for each violation maximum penalty under this subsection for a related series of violations is 15000000. IMPORTANT NOTICE The information given and the recommendations made herein are based on our research and are believed to be accurate but no guarantee of their accuracy or completeness is made. In every case user shall determine before using any product in full scale production or in any way whether such product is suitable for users intended use for their particular purpose under their own operating conditions. User assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection with their use of any product. The products discussed herein are sold without any warranty as to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose or any other warranty express or implied. No representative of ours has any authority to waive or change the foregoing provisions and no statement or recommendation not contained herein shall have any force of effect unless in an agreement signed by the officers of seller and manufacturer. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to imply the nonexistence of any relevant patents or to constitute a permission inducement or recommendation to practice any invention covered by any patent without authority from the owner of the patent. The following is made in lieu of all warranties express or implied Sellers and manufacturers only obligation shall be to replace or credit such quantity of the product proved to be defective at its discretion. TM Trad

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