ACRYLITE® Film 0F063

Product

ACRYLITE® Film 0F063 is a very high weather resistant and transparent acrylic film for graphic printings and lamination systems.

Due to its excellent performance under weathering and UV light exposure, it does not present color change or yellowing. Therefore it provides high protection of polymeric substrates from degradation caused by UV radiation.

Its very smooth surface leads the film to have a good optical quality surface.

Application

It is suitable as top layer for high UV and weathering protection of different polymeric substrates including ones based on Fiber Reinforced Polyester Resin.

This film can be used to be printed on as good quality film decoration and then laminated on different polymeric films or sheets. Laminated decoration films based on ACRYLITE® are suitable for a wide range of molding processes such as thermoforming and insert molding.

Processing

ACRYLITE® Film 0F063 can be laminated onto polymeric substrates such as films or extruded sheets based on PVC, ABS, PMMA and ASA by in-line or roll-to-roll heat lamination.

On Reinforced Polyester substrates, ACRYLITE® Film 0F063 can be laminated by continuous in-line lamination process.

It has good printability behavior in all printing technologies such as gravure, flexography, digital and screen printing. In most cases any pre-treatment or primers are not required.

Sales range

This film is delivered in standard rolls of 125μm thickness, 1270mm or 1500mm width, and 1000Lm length.

Tailor made rolls can be produced, under prior commercial agreement.

Technical data

PropertiesTest methodUnitValue
Optical
Luminous transmittance D65 ISO 13468-2 % 92
UV transmittance (280 – 380 nm) DIN EN 410:2011 % < 1
Refractive Index ISO 489 % 1,49
Mechanical
Tensile stress at yield (y) ISO 527-3 MPa 62
Yield strain (εγ) ISO 527-3 % 7
Nominal strain at break (B) ISO 527-3 % 21
Thermal
Glass transition temperature Tg (DSC) ISO 11357 ° C 114
Miscellaneous
Accelerated weathering resistance ISO 4892-2 method A, cycle 1, 65% RH h 8000 No visible changes
Specific gravity DIN 53479 g/cm³ 1,17
Surface tension DIN 53364 mN/m 50