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See outstanding image quality and great hiding power
This high-gloss, intermediate adhesive vinyl offers outstanding image quality and "pop". The gray permanent adhesive is opaque for maximum coverage. This vinyl installs easily with a low-profile air release liner. Experience durable print performance with over 10 years laminated display permanence.1
Offer a vinyl that complies with high health and safety standards. HP Prime Gloss Air GP is flame resistant3 REACH compliant2—a regulation of the European Union adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment from risks posed by chemicals.
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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
|Indoor and outdoor signage
|Outstanding image quality on this intermediate calendered vinyl
|Point-of-sale, retail displays
|Gray permanent adhesive provides opacity to achieve consistent image quality on multiple surfaces
|Air release liner enables fast, easy, and bubble-free installation
|Exhibition and event graphics
|Compatible with Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent inks, and UV-curable inks
|Class B1 flame-resistant3
|Compatible with Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks
|Thickness (base vinyl)
|86 microns/3.4 mil per ISO 20534 Test Method
|160 g/m², double-sided PE-coated silicone paper with low-profile air release
|Gray, permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive
|99% per TAPPI T-425 Test Method
|Gloss, greater than 70 gloss units at 60˚ reflection
|Over 7 years4
|Over 4 years unlaminated, over 10 years laminated with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks4
(Indoor home or office)
|Over 5 years unlaminated, over 10 years laminated with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks5
|Over 5 years unlaminated, over 10 years laminated with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks6
|Water resistant with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks7
|Minimum application temperature
|4 to 35˚C (40 to 95˚F) on clean, dry surfaces
|-40 to 65˚C (-40 to 149˚F)8
|15 to 35˚C (59 to 95˚F)
|40 to 60% RH
|Class B1 approved fire certification3
|Cold lamination; recommend using HP Matte or Gloss Polymeric Overlaminates
|1 year unopened in original packaging
|21 to 24˚C (69 to 75˚F)
|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.
1 With HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks, over 10 years laminated display permanence for indoor home or office, commercial in-window, and outdoor displays.
2 See the HP REACH Declaration published at HP Printing Products and Consumable Supplies.
3 B1 approved fire certification.
4 Outdoor unprinted display permanence rating based on white background color change according to SAE J2527; outdoor display permanence rating according to SAE J2527; in a vertical display orientation in simulated nominal outdoor display conditions for select high and low climates, including exposure to direct sunlight and water; performance may vary as environmental conditions change. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
5 Display permanence rating for interior displays/away from direct sunlight by HP Image Permanence Lab and/or by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. on a range of HP media. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
6 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.
7 Performance varies based on printer and print profile. Water resistance testing by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media and follows ISO 18935 method. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
8 Based 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.