Avery Dennison® MPI™ 8024 Wall Film EA Hi-Tack
Premium Matt Wall Covering
Avery Dennison® MPI™ 8024 Wall Film EA Hi-Tack is a matt premium calendered film designed for use in demanding applications, including indoor wall graphics, plastics, powder coat paints, fiberglass, clear coats and painted metal surfaces.
MPI™ 8024 Wall Film EA Hi-Tack is a multi-purpose vinyl, developed for use on various super wide format printers using solvent, Eco/mild solvent, Latex and UV curable inks. To enhance colour and protect images against UV radiation and abrasion, Avery Dennison® recommends overlamination with Avery Dennison® DOL 2000 series.
- Internal wall murals and wall decorations
- Indoor advertizing
- Retail wall graphics
- Wall decorations
- Exhibition wall graphics
- Premium calendered film with excellent printability across a wide range of technology and inks
- High performance Hi-tack adhesive for difficult substrates
- Dimensionally stable liner for easy converting
- Easy Apply technology enables fast and easy application
|Interior or Exterior use||Interior|
|Minimal Temperature Resistance||-40.0 °C|
|Maximal Temperature Resistance||82.0 °C|
|Minimum Application temperature||4.0 °C|
|Curve Format||Flat surfaces|
|Product Type||Calendered Polymeric|
Adhesive & Liner
|Adhesive||Permanent, clear, hi-tack acrylic adhesive with air egress|
|Adhesive Type||High Tack|
|Adhesive Technology||Avery Dennison Easy Apply|
|Material used as liner||Two sided PE coated Staflat™ paper|
|Fire Rating||Self Extinguishing|
|Shelf Life||2 years|
|Storage & Transport conditions||Stored at 22° C/50-55 % RH|
NOTE: Materials have to be properly dried before further processing, for example laminating, varnishing or application. The residual solvents could change the products’ specific features.
For good print and converting result we recommend to let the rolls acclimatize in the print/lamination room at least 24 before printing or converting.
Too much temperature or humidity deviation between material and room climate can cause layflatness and/or printability issues. Generally, constant material storage conditions of ideally 20°C (+/-2°C) /50% rh (+/- 5%), without too big climate deviations, will support a more robust and stable printing/converting process.
Durability: Indoor only 4 years