GF 285 RoughMark™

Summary: GF 285 RoughMark™ is a 3.5 mil matte opaque polymeric vinyl film coated with a high-tack removable (HTR) acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive on a 90# layflat liner. The 90# liner provides excellent dimensional stability for digital printing. GF 285 accepts a variety of solvent-based, eco-solvent, latex and *UV curable inks common to wide format digital printing systems.
Applications:GF 285 RoughMark™ can be used in applications where a conformable removable vinyl is desired. This film conforms well with controlled heat and features clean removability from a variety of moderately textured substrates including brick, block, and concrete surfaces (vertical application only). If a high gloss finish is desired, it is recommended to use GF 242 gloss clear cast laminate.
NOTE: If applied to a painted surface the paint must bond tightly to the substrate. Test all applications prior to use. Not designed for coated/ sealed/ treated stainless steel, brass or bronze surfaces
Film Thickness:3.5 mils.
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Adhesive Thickness Side One:1.8 to 2.1 mils
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Liner Thickness Side One:6.5 mils.
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Temperature Ranges:Minimum application temperature           +40°F.
Service temperature                              -40°F to +200 F.
Expected Exterior Exposure:Up to five (5) years outdoor durability under normal exposure conditions.
Adhesion:Stainless steel                                       16 Oz/ inch minimum
PSTC-101 Method A
Dwell is 24 hours at room temperature.
Removability:Removable up to 6 months for common substrates under normal exposure conditions.
Water Resistance:Excellent.
Humidity Resistance:Excellent.
Storage Stability:One year shelf life stored at 70° F and 50% relative humidity.
Product Codes:285-54
Recommendations:Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration resulting in vinyl degradation. * For UV Curable inks, please consult with the ink manufacturer for specifics on ink flexibility.