X617 Emerald 751 Sheet
One 12in x 24in sheet of color X617 Emerald Oracal 751 permanent adhesive vinyl.
Only 100% genuine Oracal vinyl is used. All sheets are +/- 0.25in
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2-mil, cast PVC film with excellent dimensional stability and very good cutting and application characteristics.
Available in 28 vivid colors.
84# custom silicone-coated paper with special release characteristics that provide excellent weeding and release values.
Clear, solvent-based, permanent adhesive
Area of Use
Ideal for medium-term indoor and outdoor lettering, marking and decoration.
Thickness (without liner and adhesive) 2-mil
Dimensional Stability (FINAT TM-14) Adhered to steel, no shrinkage in cross direction; In length, <.006”
Temperature Resistance Adhered to aluminum, -58°F to +230°F, no variation
Fire Behavior/Rating (DIN 75200) Adhered to steel, self-extinguishing ASTM E 84-07 Class “A”
Adhesive Power (FINAT TM-1, after 24 h, average) Adhered to stainless steel: 4.1 lb/in
Tensile Strength (DIN EN ISO 527) Along: Min. 19 MPa Across: Min. 19 MPa
Elongation at Break (DIN EN ISO 527) Along: Min. 120% Across: Min. 120%
Seawaterability (DIN 50 021) Adhered to aluminum, after 100h/73°F, no variation
Shelf Life (68°F/50% relative humidity) 2 years
Minimum Life Expectancy (based on accepted application procedures on vertical surfaces) 5-7 years (depending on color)
Minimum Application Temperature 46°F
Recommended Application Tapes R.Tape ClearChoice AT65 or ORATAPE® Series HT55
Print Compatibility Thermal Transfer (gloss finish only)
Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned from dust, grease or any contamination which could affect the adhesion of the material. Freshly lacquered or painted surfaces should be completely cured. The compatibility of selected lacquers and paints should be tested by the user, prior to application of the material. Films with structured surface are naturally more sensitive than the unstructured. Accordingly, these films are to be treated carefully both in processing and in cleaning. Impurities affect the appearance of structured films and require more frequent cleaning.