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Contra Vision HD Performance WBPAG40HD

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET Contra Vision HD Performance with Grayliner Universal Liner WBPAG40HDA 1. 2. Page 12 Revision B Date 03112017 Replaces Version A Authors RAS Identification of the product 1.1 Commercial product name Contra Vision HD Performance 1.2 Product Reference number WBPAG40HDA 1.3 Supplier Contra Vision North America Inc. Description Contra Vision HD Performance WBPAG40HDA is a White on Black perforated self-adhesive vinyl with 40 transparency and a removable pressure-sensitive adhesive featuring a Universal Liner with Grayliner technology. This film allows an image to be seen on the outside of a window while allowing viewing through from the inside. This promotional film features a part-perforated paper liner for use with UV inkjet or latex inkjet with an optimizer primer. It is also suitable for solvent eco-solvent and latex inkjet printing and screen printing however where available we would recommend Replacement Liner for these technologies. 3. Use Some countries have laws or regulations requiring minimum light passage that may limit or preclude the use of this product on vehicle windows. The user is responsible for determining and complying with all applicable standards. Applications that require an optical clear view such as vehicle window exteriors should be laminated with a suitable overlaminate. Failure to apply this laminate could result in obstructed or impaired viewing when the product becomes wet. This product is not recommended for use on glass with coatings such as anti-reflective self-cleaning and scratch-resistance which may be damaged during film removal. Not to be applied to fresh paint or ink polycarbonate rubber plastic moldings and certain PVCs. In case of doubt please test prior to final application. This product is not recommended for use around a sharp 90 angle where there is a limited area either side of the angle. Universal Liner also known as Additional Liner construction eliminates the bridging over the perforated holes that c

an occur with UV curing inkjet printers and latex inkjet with an optimizer primer when using Replacement Liner construction. After printing the ink must be thoroughly dry including in the perforated holes in order to avoid any contamination particularly during lamination. Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned from dust grease or any contamination which could affect the adhesion of the material. Final clean with soap and water. Rinse and dry glass after cleaning. Use a dry application method. The film must not touch the rubber window molding. This minimizes the chance of the graphic absorbing water that may collect in the window edge. If two graphic panels meet side by side on a window carefully trim the film so that the panels meet and form