Matte White Vinyl - High-Tack Permanent Adhesive (Air-Egress) Download Bulletin
Summary: GF 201-HTAPAE is a 3.4 mil premium polymeric white matte flexible calendered PVC film coated with HTAP permanent acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive laminated to a 90# layflat air-egress liner. This film is designed to accept a variety of solvent-based inkjet and UV curable inks common to wide format digital printing systems. Adhesive HTAP produces permanent bonds to a variety of common substrates used in the graphics applications. The 90# air-egress liner offers excellent product layflat in a variety of ambient conditions along with ease of application of large format graphics.
Applications:GF 201-HTAPAE is designed for interior or exterior signage, decals, nameplates, and point-of-purchase displays designed for a variety of substrates such as metals, painted metals, smooth wood, plywood,  primed MDO board, and vinyl, ABS, styrene, polyester, polycarbonate and smooth polyolefins. It is highly recommended your specific application be tested before production.                             
Film Thickness:Film 3.4 mils.
(Thickness variance +/- 10%)
Adhesive Thickness Side One:Adhesive .8 to 1.0 mils.
(Thickness variance +/- 10%)
Liner Thickness Side One:Liner 7.5 mils.
(Thickness variance +/- 10%)
Liner Type:90# Air-Egress Layflat
Temperature Ranges:Minimum application temperature is +40°F.
Service temperature is -40°F to +180°F.
Dimensional Stability:Good.
Expected Exterior Exposure:Up to 5 years.
Adhesion:To stainless steel:  56 oz/in. 
PSTC-101 Method A with 24 hr. dwell at 70°F and 50% relative humidity.
Typical values.  Individual values may vary. Test thoroughly for your specific use.
Humidity Resistance:Good.
Solvent Resistance:Good.
Storage Stability:6-month shelf life when stored at 70°F and 50% relative humidity.
Product Codes:201HTAPAE-54                   54” x 150’ roll
201HTAPAE-60                   60” x 150’ roll
Recommendations:Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration resulting in vinyl degradation.