Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Why use Avery MPI 1005 with Jac 3D 9130 Lamination Film for your vehicle wraps…

Avery MPI 1005 Supercast films are gloss white premium quality self-adhesive cast vinyls, ultra conformable
and opaque. Because of the film‘s excellent durability and conformability, Avery MPI 1005 Supercast series films are highly recommended for applications on rivets and corrugations.
MPI 1005 Supercast films are ultra-premium products, delivering maximum durability for a wide range of
graphics applications. To enhance colour and protect images against UV radiation and abrasion, Avery MPI 1005 Supercast films are recommended to be protected using an overlaminate.
- Large fleet graphics on flat, curved, riveted and corrugated surfaces
- Durable advertising, requiring clean removal after intended period of use
- All permanent applications requiring maximum conformability
- Unparalleled 3D performance*, even for the most demanding corrugations
- Stunning print performance and handling on selected printers
- High gloss or matt finishes*
- Faster, easier installation with Avery Easy Apply RS technology
- Maximum outdoor durability, up to 5 years* printed and 10 years unprinted

JAC 3D 9130 is a long life premium cast, ultra clear laminate designed for use of overlaminating and protecting images which are printed on vinyl films. Specially recommended in combination with Avery MPI 1005. The main properties are as follows:

Excellent conformability to irregular surfaces.
Colour enhancing quality
Outstanding outdoor performance
Extends durability
Excellent dimensional stability during use
High gloss finish for superior appearance

Ideal uses: Vehicle graphics, architecture & buildings, exhibitions, advertising & promotions, window graphics.
Due to its superb conformability and durability, this film is especially suitable for long term outdoor applications on flat, convex, concave, embossed or riveted surfaces.
JAC L 9130 will enhance colours and extends durability up to 5 years. It protects printed graphics against UV and mechanical damage. Actual durability depends on inks used, material printed on, overlaminating process and exposure conditions.

Contact David or Charmaine now on 01246 570771 to find out more about this combination of materials for your vehicle wraps.

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