IMAGin StreetRAP 4mil Matte White Outdoor Floor Print Media
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IMAGin StreetRAP 4mil Matte White Outdoor Floor Print Media

Brand: Mactac
  • Great adhesion to unsealed concrete or asphalt surfaces
  • Eco-solvent, solvent, UV ink jet, latex and screen printable
  • Matte facestock provides superior printability
  • Coated on one side with a 3-mil thick, aggressive, permanent, blended acrylic/rubber pressure sensitive adhesive
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$585.00

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Product Description

These Mactac IMAGin StreetRAP Matte White Outdoor Floor Print Media are 4.0 mil print media film designed for short-term outdoor sidewalk graphic applications on concrete, asphalt and other smooth to moderatly textured surfaces. It is coated on one side with a 3-mil thick, aggressive, permanent, blended acrylic/rubber pressure sensitive adhesive that bonds well to flat or slightly rough, pedestrian traffic surfaces like concrete and asphalt. The adhesive are protected with a 90# polycoated 2-side SuperFlat liner. The film face are designed for excellent printability with solvent, eco-solvent, latex and UV-cured inkjet printers and is also printable with UV or solvent screen inks. StreetRAP must be paired with PF6654 FloorGRIP laminate for slip resistance.

Product Details

  • Features and Benefits:
    • Great adhesion to unsealed concrete or asphalt surfaces
    • Eco-solvent, solvent, UV ink jet, latex and screen printable
    • Matte facestock provides superior printability

  • Typical Uses:
    • Retail outlets
    • Trade shows
    • Sports venues
    • Convention Centers

  • Use with:
    • PERMACOLOR FloorGRIP PF6600

  • Physical Properties

    PropertyTypical ValuesTest Method
    Quick Tacks, lb./in.² (N/25mm)
    Stainless Steel

    7.5 (33)
    PSTC-3
    Peel Adhesion lb./in. (N/25mm)
    180° on Stainless Steel
    - 30 min
    - 24 hr.


    7.0 (30)
    8.0 (35)
    PSTC-1
    (CTM-25)
    Shear, Hours to fail
    Stainless steel - 5# weight @ 72°F

    200+
    PSTC-7
    Dimensional Stability, inches (mm)
    48 hours @ 158°F

    max 0.5
    Mactac CTM-21
    Bonded to aluminum
    Temperature Range
    Minimum application:
    End Use:

    50°F (+10°C)
    32°F to 225°F (0°C to 107°C)
    Surface Burning Characteristics
    (Meets ANSI, NFPA, & IFC as class A)

    Flame Spread
    Smoke Density


    10
    25
    ASTM E84-01 or
    ANSI/NFPA 255 or IFC 8-1

  • Slip Resistance
    PF6600 6-mil overlaminating film is required for StreetRAP floor graphics.

    Wet DCOF ValueSlip Resistance PotentialAction
    >0.45 (inclines), 0.42 (level)High -- lower probability of slippingMonitor DCOF regularly and maintain cleanliness
    >0.30 - 0.45(inclines), 0.30 - 0.42 (level)Acceptable -- increased probability of slippingMonitor DCOF regularly and maintain cleanliness. Consider traction-enhancing products and practices where applicable for intended use.
    <0.30Low -- higher probability of slippingSeek professional intervention. Consider replacing flooring and/or coating with high-traction products.


    Various standards-making authorities have developed different methods for evaluating the slip-resistance characteristics of walkway materials. Organizations’ including the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), has established different slip-resistance test protocols. The standard, ANSI/NFSI B101.3, is the newest, most consistent and government mandated specification based on a DCoF (Dynamic Coefficient of Friction) test protocol and one of the few to be approved for testing on wet surfaces. The previous standard, ASTM C1028, has been withdrawn as an unreliable test method and has not been replaced. ASTM D2047 (UL410) is only for floor finishes (waxes, varnishes etc.) and not appropriate for floor coverings.

    According to ANSI/B101.1 – Maintaining a High Traction surface is the responsibility of the landowner. To maintain outdoor floor graphics using StreetRAP an PF6600 occasionally clean the surface with a brush and soap and water cleaner to maintain a “High Traction” rating and a safe walking surface. If this cannot be done the graphic must be removed once it loses its safe traction rating.

  • Durability
    • 1. The outdoor durability of a completed StreetRAP floor graphic is up to 3 months for pedestrian traffic on smooth to slightly rough surfaces.
    • 2. The outdoor durability of the unprinted film is 5 years on vertical surfaces.

  • Shelf Life
    2 years from D.O.M. when stored at 60/77°F (15/25°C) and 50% relative humidity in the original package.

  • Removability
    2 years from D.O.M. when stored at 60/77°F (15/25°C) and 50% relative humidity in the original package.
    • 1. To remove; lift one edge, you may need a putty knife to get an edge started, and pull using short, quick tugs. Keep the angle low, (less than 45°) for best results.
    • 2. Removal is much easier when done in the cool early morning hours. Do not use heat to assist in removal as heat will actually increase the bond of this adhesive.
    • 3. If any residual adhesive residue is present after removal of the graphic, Citrus or solvent basedadhesive removers will clean the residue.

  • Approved Print Materials

    Screen Printing:          HP Indigo     ☐
    UV Cured     ☒ Off-set     ☐
    Solvent     ☒ UV Off-set     ☒
    WF Digital: UV Inkjet     ☒ Thermal Transfer     ☒
    Eco-solvent     ☒ Flexographic *     ☐
    True solvent     ☒  UV Flexographic     ☒
    Canon UVgel 356     ☒ Narrow Web UV Inkjet     ☒
    Latex     ☒


    * Flexographic Printing requires a topcoat. WVG000113 has been approved by ACTEGA Coatings and Sealants (ww.altana.com) as in-line coat-able ink primers.

    To achieve the best possible print quality, please make sure that the correct ICC profiles or printer settings are used. Profiles can be downloaded from www.mactac.com. Printer and heater settings and ICC profiles can also be downloaded from some O.E.M. or software manufacturer’s websites.

    The ICC profiles are provided solely as a customer resource. Print environments, the individual nature of printing systems, inks and software can significantly affect output. It is the customer’s responsibility to determine the suitability of any profile for use in their specific print environment.

  • Limitations
    • 1. StreetRAP is not intended to be used as a conformable wall wrapping film.
    • 2. StreetRAP used on sealed concrete may result in a permanent application and will not be easily removed. Always test first in an inconspicuous area.
    • 3. StreetRAP on varnished surfaces and soft walls like stucco or drywall will damage the surface upon removal. Always test first in an inconspicuous area.
    • 4. StreetRAP is not designed for use with vehicular traffic. Short term applications, like for special events or parades that last a couple days are acceptable. At the end of the special event immediately remove the graphic before regular traffic resumes.
    • 5. StreetRAP used on some concrete surfaces, typically with newly poured concrete, may fail due to efflorescence which is beyond Mactac’s control and therefore no claim for successful application or removal is made by MACtac in this instance. Efflorescence is a powdery white material that forms on the surface of the concrete and is caused by calcium hydroxide which is naturally in the concrete after it sets. As water moves out of the concrete it carries with it some of this calcium hydroxide, which then reacts with carbon dioxide in the air to become calcium carbonate, then coating the PS adhesive resulting in failure of the graphic from the concrete.
    • 6. The user is responsible for determining the product’s suitability, including adhesion and if needed, removal characteristics when used in applications other than listed specifically in this Performance Guide.
    • 7. If there are any questions about applications, please contact your Mactac sales representative to discuss your requirements for recommendations.
    • 8. If this is a printed Performance Guide it is an uncontrolled document. Please check the Mactac website for the latest, most up-to-date version

  • Recommendations
    Always test your combination of IMAGin products, inks and laminating films prior to commercial use.
    • 1)Printing Conditions: Print in conditioned pressroom at ±73°F (23°C) and 50% RH. The maximum allowable ink saturation is 270%.
    • 2)Drying Requirements: Solvent, Eco-solvent and Mild-solvent inkjet prints require 24 - 48 hr. drying time - open to the air. Inks do not dry when printed media is rolled up. The prints must be dry prior to lamination.
    • 3)Laminating Conditions: Overlamination of the inkjet-printed material with PERMACOLOR PF6600 is required for a high traction (a.k.a. slip resistant) StreetRAP.
    • 4)Transportation Conditions: To allow for easy transportation, StreetRAP series can be rolled up, with the image out, with a minimum diameter of 6 inches (15cm). During transportation or storage, avoid exposing them to extreme temperature and humidity changes.
    • 5)Application Requirements: The surface must be absolutely dry, clean and in reasonably good condition.
      • a) StreetRAP must be applied in dry weather to a dry surface at temperatures above 50°F (10°C) on days the temperature is expected to rise to at least 70°F (21°C). For example: if it rained the day before or early morning, allow 24 hours of dry weather for the concrete surface to dry out.
      • b) Heat helps the adhesive flow to the rough surface to create a better bond. Do not attempt to apply graphics late in the day when the temperature is expected to cool down.
      • c) The rougher the surface the less contact the adhesive will have and the less chance your graphic has for success.



        Adhesive contact is much better on smoother surfaces!
      • d) To clean the surface, use a brush or stiff bristle broom to remove dirt and dust, sand and gravel or other loose contaminates. Do not use water or cleaners which will cause the surface to become wet.
      • e) Bridge graphics over seams if needed; do not force the graphic down into the seam.
      • f) Once aligned, pull back 1-2 inches of the liner to expose the adhesive to align and start the application. Remove 6 - 10 inches of liner at a time and using a firm squeegee or a firm, short bristle brush with very firm pressure, forcing the adhesive down into the surface. Continue with 6 - 10 inches at a time to eliminate air bubble, complete the application.
      • g) Once complete go back over all edges again to make sure they are in full contact to the surface.
      • h) Trim sharp corners to a rounded radius to help minimize edge lifting.
      • i) On rougher surfaces use heat and pressure to conform at least 1” of the graphic edge down into the surface.
      • j) Butt edges for multi-panels graphics. We do not recommend a 1” overlap to seam the graphic. This creates excessively high levels which may result in trips, falls and injuries.




    • Values given are typical for unprocessed product and are not for use as specifications. Processing may change the values.
    • Product reinforced with 2-mil polyester during adhesion tests.

Item Specifications

  • Adhesive Type: Permanent Blend
  • Color: White
  • Films: Vinyl (PVC)
  • Finish: Matte
  • Length: Choose Above
  • Width: 54"
  • Liner Category: 90# Superflat
  • Outdoor Durability: 3 Months
  • Precise Program: N
  • Print Method: Latex, UV Inkjet
  • Thickness: 4.0 mil

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