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Protac Rigid UPVC 12mil PS White Backing

Protac Rigid UPVC 12mil PS White Backing

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Protac Rigid UPVC 12mil PS White Backing

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Protac Rigid (UPVC) 12mil White Backing is an opaque white rigid vinyl film coated with an aggressive cross-linking, pressure sensitive, solvent acrylic adhesive that deters tunneling. Protac Rigid White Backing is ideal for backing all types of prints but is ideally suited for application to the back of reverse print polycarbonate inkjet media. The combination of these two products will produce a rigid, yet rollable display that can stand up to the most demanding display conditions.

Product Details

  • Film Width: 38" - 51"
  • Film Length: 164'
  • Film Thickness: 12.0mil
  • Core Size: 3"
  • Finish: Opaque White
  • Base Film: 10.0mil (250 micron) rigid vinyl (UPVC)
  • Adhesive: 2.0mil (50 micron) solvent acrylic
  • Initial Tack: High
  • Application Speed: 1' - 6' per minute
  • Application Temperature: Room Temperature - 120 F
  • % of Light Transmission: 0.50% (1/2%)
  • Release Liner: Polyester


  • Thickness: Determine the maximum total graphic thickness the display hardware or graphic holder can accept.
  • Rigidity: This attribute is determined not only by the thickness but also the type of base material. For example, a 10.0 mil polycarbonate will be more rigid than a 10.0 mil PVC (vinyl). This is especially important when graphics will be rolled for transport
  • Weight: This factor is related to the first two criteria, but is not the same. Some materials may be the correct thickness and stiffness, yet are not suitable because they are too heavy. Excess weight especially affects performance and stability of graphics on banner stands or pop-up booths.
  • Color: A backing material is usually visible only from the back of the graphic. However, black or white borders can be created by encapsulating an image with a specialized backing material and trimming it accordingly.
  • Adhesive: It is important to consider the type of adhesive component when choosing a backing material. For example: HeatSet (heat-activated) adhesives cure very quickly, enabling you to roll images immediately, while pressure sensitive adhesive have a longer curing time during which graphics should be stored flat. Also, some aqueous based adhesives may not be suitable for outdoor use.
  • Opacity: For graphics installed against a metal frame (pop up booth) choose higher opacity backing materials to eliminate show through.


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Questions & Answers
Is this film waterproof and good to use with Shoji Doors?
Asked by Alison J. 1 years and 1 months ago ago
the film is made of UPVC and should be water resistant. However it is just a backing film and depending on the substrate that your graphic is printed on the finished product may not be water resistant. As for use with Shoji Doors unfortunately we aren't familiar with that particular application and we aren't sure if it will be a good fit. Can you give us some more information about exactly how the finished product will be used and the properties that it needs to have so that we can see if it will be a fit.

Answered by MyBinding.com 1 years and 1 months ago ago
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