ImagePerfect™ 2522 Non-PVC, White
Eco Digital Polyolefin White Gloss, Semi-Permanent, B1 Fire Rating
ImagePerfectTM 2522 is a white gloss, B1 fire-rated, polypropylene for the creation of more environmentally-friendly digital output than standard vinyl options would permit.
This 100% PVC-free product has been specifically designed for digital printing on large-format inkjets with solvent inks, but it is also suitable for conversion with latex and UV-cured inks. IP 2522 utilises a special top-coating to promote printability of the highest quality.
It is suitable for all indoor applications and because the film offers good levels of UV-resistance, it is also suitable for outdoor applications with up to 2 year durability.
It is a plasticiser-free, chlorine-free, environmentally-friendly product that incorporates a waterbased, semi-permanent adhesive system. The highly-effective adhesive provides good adhesion to irregular surfaces, including many low-energy surfaces.
The film's levels of flexibility and conformability (even over curved surfaces) further enhances the product's application qualities. Added-value printed output would include all manner of decals, self-adhesive stickers, decoration and signage for hospitals and retail food departments in which the use of products containing plasticisers are typically tightly regulated.
Please note that it is essential that printed output on this product is COMPLETELY dry before it is laminated.
Recommended overlaminate would be the ImagePerfect 2840-106
Point of Sale
|Interior or Exterior use||
Adhesive & Liner
|Adhesive||Waterbased, acrylic, semi-permanent|
|Adhesive Composition||Water-based acrylic|
|Adhesive Strength||11 N/25mm|
|Material used as liner||White, 135g/m², clay-coated kraft paper|
|Minimal Temperature Resistance||-20 °C|
|Maximal Temperature Resistance||100 °C|
|Curve Format||Curved surfaces|
Material Ink Compatibility
|Shelf Life||2 years, 20°C / 50% humidity|
|Durability (range)||Up to 2 years|
Dry application only.
This product meets the full requirements of the EU Phthalates Directive 2005/84/EC, concerning phthalates content in childrens’ toys and articles, together with EN 71 (Part 3) as the European standard specifying the legal safety requirements for all toys.
Unlike PVC, on incineration, this product will not release dioxin, thereby allowing for non-hazardous disposal.