Produce brilliant image quality—print film doubles as overlaminate
Gain double value with prints and overlaminate
Print high-quality, detailed graphics with this high-performance, calendered polymeric vinyl with a matte finish for indoor and outdoor signs and vehicle graphics. HP Matte Polymeric Overlaminate can also double as an overlaminate for printed images with the utmost protection. Provides durable print performance with over 6 years commercial in-window unlaminated display permanence.1 Tested and approved overlaminate for indoor smooth floor graphics, up to 3 months.2
Offer a vinyl that complies with high health standards. HP Matte Polymeric Overlaminate is flame resistant3 and REACH compliant4 —a regulation of the European Union adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environmentfrom risks that can be posed by chemicals. With an end-to-end approach, the HP Latex printing system continues to drive a greater sustainable impact in large-format printing.
Save time with a reliable, total HP solution
Original HP printing materials, Original HP inks, and HP large format printers are designed to work together as a system to provide reliable, consistent, quality results that help save time.
|Print service providers||Overlaminate solution||High-performance UV polymeric calendered vinyl with dual use: brilliant image quality and an overlaminate for protection|
| ||Print film solution||Ease of handling with the lay-flat double-sided, PE-coated silicone release liner|
| ||Indoor and outdoor signage||Compatible with Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks|
| ||Window graphics||Flame-resistant material3|
| ||Fleet graphics||Slip resistant per ANSI A137.1/A326.3 certified|
safe for floor graphics; European standard
DIN 51130:2014 R9 slip rating, British pendulum
dynamic coefficient of friction slip test2
| ||Floor graphics|| |
|Ink compatibility||Compatible with Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks|
|Thickness (base vinyl)||76 microns/3 mil per ISO 20534 Test Method|
|Base vinyl||Calendered high-performance polymeric vinyl with UV inhibitors|
|Liner||140 g/m² double-sided PE-coated silicone paper|
|Adhesive||Clear, permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive|
|Finish||Matte, <10 gloss units at 60˚ reflection|
|Over 6 years unlaminated with HP 886 and 882 Latex Inks printed on the HP Latex R2000 Printer series5|
|Indoor floor durability||Recommended on indoor smooth, non-porous, sealed flat and dry surfaces for up to 3 months|
|Slip rating||Certified according to ANSI A137.1/A326.3 and AS HB198:2014 (AS/NZS 4586)2|
|Minimum application temperature||4 to 35˚C (39 to 95˚F) on clean, dry surfaces|
|Service temperature||-40 to 65˚C (-40˚ to 149˚F)6|
|Operating temperature||15 to 35˚C (59 to 95˚F)|
|Operating humidity||40 to 60% RH|
|Shelf life||2 years, unopened in original packaging|
|Storage temperature||21 to 23˚C (69 to 73˚F)|
|Storage humidity||50% RH|
|Flame resistance||B1 approved fire certification|
|Country of origin||Product of the United States|
HP large format printing materials are free from defects in materials and workmanship. For warranty statement, please see HPLFMedia.com/go/mediawarranties. To obtain warranty service, please contact Brand Management Group customer support at HPLFMedia.com/hp/en/contactus.
1With HP 886 and 882 Latex Inks printed on the HP Latex R2000 Printer series. Interior in-window display ratings by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media. HP predictions based on test data under Xenon-Arc illuminant — calculation assumes 6,000 Lux/12 hr day. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
2Recommended on indoor smooth, non-porous, sealed flat and dry surfaces for up to 3 months. Slip resistance for dry environments based on testing by Sotter Engineering Corporation, June 2020, according to ANSI A137.1/A326.3 and AS HB198:2014 (AS/NZS 4586).
3B1 approved fire certification.
4See the HP REACH Declaration published at HP Printing Products and Consumable Supplies.
5Interior in-window display ratings by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media. HP predictions based on test data under Xenon-Arc illuminant — calculation assumes 6,000 Lux/12 hr day. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
6Based on internal HP testing exposure at -40°C (-40°F)/53% RH for 24 hours does not appear to have any effect on the peel strength from the substrate.