EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 is a weather resistant and transparent co-extruded PMMA and PVDF film for high quality lamination systems.
This film displays excellent performance in long term outdoor weathering without experiencing color change or yellowing.
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 provides high protection for other polymeric substrates against degradation caused by UV radiation.
Due to its PVDF top layer, the film displays a very good chemical resistance, anti-soiling and easy to clean effect.
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 can be laminated as a protective top layer onto polymeric films and sheets based on PVC, ABS, PC and ASA.
Decorative films protected with EUROPLEX® on top can be laminated on different substrates, such as PVC profiles.
In labels or Graphic Arts, EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 can be used as a clear overlay in laminate systems for high UV and weathering protection. Chemical resistant, anti-soiling and easy to clean effects are achieved.
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 is only suitable for back printing, on the PMMA side, by a wide variety of printing technologies.
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 can be laminated onto polymeric substrates such as films or extruded sheets based on PVC, PC, ABS, PMMA and ASA by in-line or roll-to-roll heat lamination.
High quality laminates in between EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 and other polymeric substrates can be achieved with pressure sensitive adhesives (PSA) or solvent based adhesives.
The film can be cut-to-size or die cut.
EUROPLEX® Film HC 99710 is delivered in standard rolls of 50μm thickness, 45μm PMMA layer and 5μm PVDF top layer and 1450mm width.
Tailor made rolls can be produced under prior commercial agreement.
|Luminous transmittance D65||ISO 13468-2||%||93|
|UV transmittance (280 – 380 nm)||DIN EN 410:2011||%||≤ 1,5|
|Refractive Index||ISO 489||%||-|
|Tensile stress at yield (y)||ISO 527-3||MPa||38|
|Yield strain (εγ)||ISO 527-3||%||6|
|Nominal strain at break (B)||ISO 527-3||%||≥ 50|
|Glass transition temperature Tg (DSC)||ISO 11357||° C||-|
|Accelerated weathering resistance||ISO 4892-2 method A, cycle 1, 65% RH||h||10000 No visible change|
|Specific gravity||DIN 53479||g/cm³||1,2|
|Surface tension (PVDF side)||DIN 53364||mN/m||23|