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ORACAL 651 SIGN MAKING CUTTING PLOTTER VINYL - Technical Information


 

DESCRIPTION SPECIAL

PVC film with glossy or matt surface.

 

RELEASE PAPER

Silicone coated paper on one side, 137 g/m², which provides excellent weed-stripping properties. For white vinyl, a light blue silicone paper is used, to form a stronger contrast to lettering.

 

ADHESIVE

Very well suited for use on cutting plotter systems in the production of short- and medium-term markings, inscriptions and decorations. Outdoor applications. Indoor exposure is almost unlimited. Glossy surface is additionally suitable for thermal transfer printing (with resin ribbons).

 

CERTIFICATES

German General Type Approval (ABG, D5292) acc. to § 22a StVZO (Federal German Road Traffic Licensing Order); B1-classification according to DIN 4102-1: Only flame resistant (class DIN 4102-B1) on steel planes.

 

 Thickness* (without protective paper and adhesive)
70 micron

Dimensional stability (FINAT TM 14) 

Adhered to steel, no measurable shrinkage in cross direction, in length 0,4 mm max

 Temperature resistance***

Adhered to aluminium, -40° C to +80° C, no variation

 Water resistance

Adhered to aluminium, after 100h/23° C, no variation

Adhesive power* (FINAT TM 1, after 24h, stainless steel)

18 N/25 mm

Tensile strength (DIN EN ISO 527)

Along: min. 19 MPa Across: min. 19 MPa

Elongation at break (DIN EN ISO 527)

Along: min. 130% Across: min. 150%

Shelf life**

2 years

 Application temperature

> +8° C

 Service life by specialist application Under vertical outdoor exposure (normal climate of Central Europe)

Black / white: 5 years
Transparent / coloured: 4 years
Brilliant blue: 3 years

 

* average ** in original packaging, at 20° C and 50% relative humidity

*** normal climate of Central Europe

 

NOTE

Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned and free from dust, grease or any other contamination that could affect the adhesion of the material. Freshly lacquered or painted surfaces should be allowed to dry for at least three weeks and to completely cure. The compatibility of selected lacquers and paints should be tested by the user, prior to application of the material.


 

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