GF 229 WallMark™ Embossed Canvas Vinyl

Embossed Canvas Vinyl - Removable Microsphere Adhesive Download Bulletin
Summary: GF 229 is a 6.0 mil embossed canvas pattern matte white semi rigid calendered vinyl film. The GF 229 pressure sensitive adhesive is specially formulated microsphere acrylic removable backed by a 90# layflat liner. The combination of vinyl and adhesive allows removability of this product from normal wall surfaces. The 90# tight release digital liner provides excellent stability for processing using standard solvent and UV curable digital inks common to wide format digital printing systems.
Applications:GF 229 is designed for wall murals, decals and graphics to most types of smooth painted interior walls. This includes most flat, semi-gloss and gloss paint finishes. The surface must be smooth and clean prior to application. If applying to new paint consult the paint manufacturer for proper drying conditions before GF 229 application. Not designed for coated/sealed/treated stainless steel, brass or bronze surfaces.

ASTM E84 Class 1 or A Rating 
Film Thickness:Film 6.0 mils.
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Adhesive Thickness Side One:Adhesive 0.8 to 1.0 mil.
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Liner Thickness Side One:Liner 6.7 mils.
(Thickness variation +/- 10%)
Liner Type:90# layflat liner
Dimensional Stability:Good.
Expected Exterior Exposure:N/A
Adhesion:To glass: 10 oz. / in.
To standard test panels: 10 oz. /in.
Tested according to PSTC-101 Method A procedures with 24 hour dwell at 70°F and 50% relative humidity. Typical values. Individual values may vary. Bond to wall surfaces may vary. Test thoroughly before production.
Removability:Removable up to 1 year under normal interior conditions.
Water Resistance:Limited immersion resistance. Test for specific application.
Humidity Resistance:Good.
Storage Stability:One (1) year shelf life when stored at 70° F and 50% relative humidity.
Product Codes:54” x 100’
60” x 100’
Recommendations:Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration
resulting in vinyl degradation.