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GF WindowMark Blockout™ 218 - 54in x 100ft

General Formulations WindowMark Blockout™ 218 is an 8.0 mil Dual-layer blockout vinyl. The Dual-layer engineering allows for 100% opaque applications where total blockout is required. ... Read More


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SKU: 218-54
Price: $252.42 ($0.56 / SQ. FT.)
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The 90# liner provides excellent dimensional stability for digital printing. WindowMark Blockout™ 218 accepts a variety of Solvent, Eco-Solvent, Latex, UV Curable common to wide format digital printing systems. Also works well with UV offset & Screen inks.

This product is recommended for Window Graphics and Retail Displays that require total light blockout without grey or black adhesives being visible on the backside when applied to glass. The 8.0 mil construction makes applications easy and quick.

Technical Specifications

Product Type Inkjet Printable Media
Applications Window
POP / Indoor Signage
Width 54 in
Length 100 ft
Core Size 3 in
Units 1 Roll
Ink Type Eco-Solvent
Latex
Solvent
UV Curable
Edge Loyalty Points Multiplier 1x Edge Points
Media Type Vinyl: Calendered
Removability Removable up to 1 year under normal conditions.
Water Resistance Good. Test if immersed
Humidity Resistance Good.
Dimensional Stability Good
Storage Stability Good.
Thickness
Film 8.0 mils
Adhesive 0.8 to 1.0 mils.
Liner 6.7 mils.
* (Thickness variance +/- 10%)
Temperature Ranges
Minimum application temperature +40°F.
Service temperature -40 °F to +180°F.
Expected Exterior Life 3 years (Unprinted).
Adhesion
To glass 16 to 32 oz. /in
To standard test panels 16 to 32 oz. /in.
* Tested according to PSTC-101 Method A with 24-hour dwell at 70 °F and 50% relative humidity. Typical values. Individual values may vary. Test thoroughly before production.
Recommendations Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration resulting in vinyl degradation.
Manufacture Recommendations Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration resulting in vinyl degradation.

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