Tuning Film Iridescent Pearl is a 100μm soft cast vinyl film
coated with a low tack high performance acrylic adhesive.
This product has a pearl colour appearance, with reddish
and greenish light reflection effect. Tuning Film Iridescent Pearl is designed for vehicle
striping and/or full car wrapping.
Face material :
100μm soft cast vinyl, glossy, cadmium-free.
Repositionable black solvent based acrylic adhesive.
Highly stable 130 gsm white PE coated paper.
Vertical exposure: 3-4 years in zone 1 (North & central
Horizontal exposure : reduced by 40%
These use-life estimates are based upon accelerated ageing
studies and outdoor exposure, under conditions
experienced in vertical exposure and in West Europe.
Note : Exposure to severe temperatures and ultraviolet
light, as well as conditions in Southern European
countries, and also in tropical, sub-tropical or desert
regions, will cause a more rapid deterioration. This
also applies to polluted areas, high altitude,
horizontal and south-facing exposure.
Temperature ranges :
Application : +15°C to + 40°C
End-use : - 40°C to + 90°C
Flammability ISO 3795
Sample mounted on aluminium : self-extinguishing.
Solvent and chemical resistance
Resistant to most oils and grease, fuel, aliphatic solvents,
weak acids, salts and alkalis.
Clean and degrease the substrate
All surfaces to which the material will be applied must be
thoroughly cleaned from dust, grease or any
contamination. Use soapy water to remove the dust and
degrease the car surface with isopropylic alcohol.
on flat or slightly curved surfaces
Apply directly on the car by the dry application
on convex areas
Heat the film with a heat gun before stretching it over
the convex area.
on corrugated or concave areas
If the film is stretched into a too deep corrugation it
may pop-out after a few weeks. It is, therefore,
recommended to cut the film and to apply it in the
corrugation without tension.
Once heated, Tuning Film Iridescent Pearl can be removed with small adhesive residue on the car body.
The compatibility of paints and lacquers should be tested
by the end-user, prior to use.