ULTRA BRIGHT FLUORESCENT ORANGE SELF ADHESIVE VINYL FABLON 8002
Our collection of self adhesive ultra bright fluorescent vinyls are perfect for promotional campaigns on windows, displays panels, exhibit walls and eye-catching applications. As well as brightening up pretty much anything around the home or office.
This listing is priced by the metre
Simply order the amount of metres you require and we will send one total length (maximum 15m)
ie. order 6 and receive a 6m length roll.
Material width is 61cm (24”)
Please note that these colours are so bright it is impossible to show them 100% accurately on a computer screen. If colour is critical we suggest ordering a sample here.
|Application||Peel and stick|
|Length||1m increments (39")|
|Max length in one piece||15m (590")|
• Peel and stick
• Easy to cut/trim
• Instantly transforms
• Ultrabright finish
• Hard wearing
• Fire rating ISO 3795
• Heat resistant to 60 degrees
Clean, quick, trouble-free cutting with most plotters. Adjustment of the cutting depth is important : if the cut is too deep this could result in the paper splitting and coming away with the adhesive when the vinyl is transferred to Application Tape.
The transfer of the cut vinyl onto the Application Tape should always be performed by removing the liner from the pressure-sensitive material (i.e. with the PVC face downwards onto the working surface) and not by lifting off the Application Tape.
All surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned from dust, grease or any contamination.
Note also that the wet application method is not recommended.
It is strongly recommended not to wash the decorated surfaces within 48 hours after the application.
Some adverse reactions can occur when applying MACal 8000 to certain substrates, for example : acrylics, polycarbonate, polystyrene, plasticized PVC, certain paints and lacquers. These reactions could take the form of cracks, swelling, ghosting, variance in adhesion performance.
Therefore, as with any critical application, it is recommended to carry out suitability tests.