Reflective sheeting manufacturing at an affordable price.
A glass-bead reflective sheeting with a cast vinyl face film for use on most digital printers. Features a permanent adhesive for application to traffic sign blanks. Durability up to 7-years with reflectivity levels greater than 70. Exceeds the requirements of ASTM D-4956 Type 1 and EN-12899 Class 1.
|131 × 24 × 24 cm
2 years, 5 years, 7 years, 10 years
Temporary Signing, Construction Workzone, Advertising Graphics, Promotional Signing
Most common stardard like ASTM D4956 | AS/NZS 1906.1:2017 | EN12899-1 | GB/T 18833,GOST 32945 | JIS Z 9117
JX610 Engineering Grade sheeting is a flexible, enclosed lens retroreflective sheeting intended for use on applications requiring both product flexibility and durability of up to 5-years. Perfect for vehicle markings or advertising graphics. JX310 is conformable over smooth ridges and curves. It exhibits a very good bond to the most common substrates including painted steel and aluminum.
Similar daytime and nighttime appearance Retains retroreflectivity when wet Conformable around smooth curves Digitally printable and screen printable witha variety of ink systems
Product Code Color 610-00 White 610-01 Yellow 610-02 Red 610-05 Blue 610-07 Green Other colors available upon request.
Typical Coefficient of Retroreflection at 0.2° Observation Angle / -4° Entrance Angle. Color RA (cd/lx/m2) White 30 Yellow 25 Red 5 Blue 3 Green 6
Physical Characteristics & Properties
Application & Conversion
JX610 Reflective Vinyl Engineering Grade can printed with a wide variety of ink systems, including solvent-based screen inks, UV inks, and many digital printers. Compatibility and adhesion characteristics of an ink should always be tested through a test print. To maintain high levels of retroreflection, transparent inks should be utilized. Sheeting should be conditioned above 15°C (65°F) for at least 24-hours prior to printing, lamination, or application.
If over-laminating to protect a digital print, a premium cast gloss over-laminate film is recommended. Lamination should occur only after the printed graphics are completely dry. It is best to allow the graphics to dry overnight. Use only cold lamination methods. Ensure lamination is wrinkle free and that the over-laminate film enters the nip without any wrinkles. If wrinkles occur, the nip pressure setting may be too high. Avoid high tensions on either the printed reflective film or the over-laminate film. After lamination, the material should lay flat without any curling. If curling is present, the tensions or nip pressures may be too high.
Application to the final surface should occur using a squeeze roll applicator or by hand using a firm rubber roller or plastic squeegee. Apply firm pressure during application to bond the adhesive to the substrate. Use a dry application method. Do not use detergent, water, or any commercial application liquids to position the reflective sheeting. A heat gun may assist conformability of the film around irregular surfaces. Slight tenting may occur around rivets, sharp ridges, or some complex curves. Some automotive paints may continue to out gas for some time which could disrupt application of the sheeting. Be sure painted surfaces are fully cured prior to application of the product.
JX 610 Reflective Vinyl Engineering Grade can be computer sign cut using a variety of different industry plotters.
JX610 Reflective Vinyl Engineer Grade is available in 45.7 meter (50 yard) rolls in different widths up to 1240mm (48 inches).
Store in a cool, dry area. Use within 1-year of receipt of the product. Store rolls in original shipping carton or suspend horizontally from a rod through the core.