Reflective heat transfer film

[ Click:2049 ]    [ by Linda, CHINASTARS  Sep 27, 2016 ]

Chinastars reflective heat transfer film is designed for use on safety fabric, also use on athletic and casual wear. Chinastars reflective heat transfer film help enhance the visibility of the wearer in nighttime or low-light conditions when illuminated by a light source.

While use Chinastars reflective heat transfer film for enhances visibility, no reflective material can guarantee absolute visibility, particularly in adverse weather conditions. Performance will vary depending upon actual use, exposure conditions and maintenance.

Chinastars reflective heat transfer film contains an aluminum layer as part of their construction. Blemishing of this aluminum layer can occur if the PET carrier is removed, and the front surface of the product has direct contact from hands during application. When it exposed to hot and humid conditions, it can afforded greater than 26.7 °C (80 °F) and greater than 70% relative humidity, for a few weeks.

Chinastars reflective heat transfer film may not be compatible with some polyvinyl chloride (PVC, vinyl) films, especially those material containing phosphate plasticizers. It is possible that some plasticizers might be able to migrate into the reflective material; it will make the reflective surface more soft and sticky. The substrates what we recommend is tested prior to production to ensure that they meet your specific requests.

Chinastars reflective heat transfer reflective film should be stored in a cool, dry area and use within one year after date of receipt. Store rolls and put in original shipping cartons. The part of return used rolls to the carton or suspend horizontally through the core. Cut pieces should be stored flat.

reflective heat transfer film


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