PRESSURE SENSITIVE VINYL
PSV - Permanent: Our Flexcon FLEXmark Permanent Billboard is a 4.0 mil flexible bright white opaque vinyl, coated with an aggressive, high-performance, high-tack, permanent pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive, and backed with a polycoated, moisture-stable lay flat release liner backside printed with the FLEXmark Billboard.
PSV - Removable:
Our Flexcon BUSmark Temporary Self-Adhesive vinyl is a 3.4 mil flexible white opaque vinyl that offers high opacity for covering previous graphics. Film provides good resistance to scuffing, tearing and abrasion.
Weathering-Stands up to a range of tough environmental conditions including UV rays, moisture, temperature extremes [-59° to +192°F (-50° to +90°C)] and abrasion.
Recommended Application Surfaces:
Stainless steel, aluminum, glass, ABS, polycarbonate, Plexiglas® automobile enamel and standard mounting boards like Sintra®, Gatorfoam® and Fome-Cor®. The product is designed for use on smooth, flat surfaces and should not be applied over corrugations or rivets. Textured surfaces and wood tend to promote poor adhesion. Always pretest your specific substrate prior to actual application.
Always ensure that the receiving substrate is thoroughly cleaned, free of dust, dirt or cleaner residues. Walls primed with latex paint, should contain no waxes or silicones. Metal and glass surfaces can be cleaned with standard glass cleaners. Poor surface conditions will cause adhesion loss or failure.
Proper contact of the adhesive to the mounting substrate is critical, and maximum pressure should be used to install the vinyl. If insufficient pressure is used during the install, the edges of the vinyl can lift. When applying vinyl to mounting boards, it is recommended that a cold roll laminator be used to give adequate, even pressure during application. For installations by hand, use application tape and squeegee with adequate pressure. It is recommended that water not be used during the installation but if it is used, use minimal amounts. All water must be squeegeed out from under vinyl. If liquid soap is added to the water to increase the ease of installation, use only one drop per gallon of water. Soap must not contain moisturizer. Do not use heat guns to install vinyl. Material should not be stretched during installation. It is a calendered vinyl, and it will shrink back to original size, which might cause edges to lift or create gaps between panels.