SEAL 51" x 150' 3mil PrintGuard UV Satin Matte Heat-Activated Laminating Film
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SEAL 51" x 150' 3mil PrintGuard UV Satin Matte Heat-Activated Laminating Film

Part #: SPGUV2274
Brand: SEAL
  • Roll Width: 51"
  • Roll Length: 150'
  • Film Finish: Matte
  • Low-reflecting finish virtually eliminates glare while protecting prints from fading and handling.
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Product Description

This 51" x 150' 3mil PrintGuard UV Satin Matte Heat-Activated Laminating Film softens your image without flattening and keeps colors rich. Its low-reflecting finish virtually eliminates glare while protecting prints from fading and handling. It offers UV protection and is an excellent choice for wall mounted displays. PrintGuard UV Satin Matte is constructed of a thin vinyl based film and a low activation temperature (185-195° F) solvent adhesive for maximum flexibility and conforming properties. This 51" x 150' 3mil PrintGuard UV Satin Matte Heat-Activated Laminating Film can be applied with any SEAL multi-temperature roller laminator.

Product Details

  • Low-reflecting finish virtually eliminates glare while protecting prints from fading and handling.
  • Offers UV protection and is an excellent choice for wall mounted displays.
  • Constructed of a thin vinyl based film.
  • Low activation temperature (185-195° F) solvent adhesive for maximum flexibility and conforming properties.
  • Can be applied with any SEAL multi-temperature roller laminator.

Item Specifications

  • Film Type: Heat-Activated Laminating Film
  • Thickness: 3 Mil
  • Roll Width: 51"
  • Roll Length: 150'
  • Film Finish: Matte
  • Operating Temperature: 185° F - 195° F

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