Media Finish: Gloss
Media Width: 54"
Roll Length: 45m (Full Roll)
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Ultracurve 660LSE is a 153 micron flexible white polymeric vinyl film, backed with a highly aggressive pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive system, specifically engineered to adhere to difficult substrates, such as low surface energy plastics, powdercoated metals, and most smooth to rough textured metal surfaces.



Recommended Uses

Substance Incorporated recommends the following end uses for Ultracurve 660LSE: Market leading graphics for Motocross Bikes and ATVs.
Decals and Graphics for Karts & Snowmobiles, including rough textured plastics. Demanding industrial applications to polyethylene, polypropylene, and TPO. Permanent adhesion to smooth and rough textured plastics and metals.



Ultracurve 660LSE
Material 153 micron Polymeric Calendered Vinyl

Colour Opaque White

Tensile Strength 68N/25mm

Adhesive Clear Solvent-Based Pressure Sensitive Acrylic
Adhesive Thickness 0.056mm +/- 10%
Peel Adhesion 35N/25mm from Stainless Steel
Liner 90LB Natural Brown PE Coated Layflat Paper

Liner Release 32 grams/25mm

Dimensional Stability 0.8 mm
Application Temp. 0°C to 27°C recommended, test prior to specific application
Temperature Range -53°C to 104°C
Shelf Life 2 years when stored at 21°C and 50% relative humidity
Print Compatability Solvent, Eco-Solvent, Latex, UV, and Thermal Transfer Inks
Graphic Life Outdoor durability up to 7 years (unprinted), permanent
Chemical Resistence Resists mild acids, mild akalis, solvents, and salts. Excellent resistance to water, including immersion.



Before applying an overlaminate, allow 24 hours for print to dry. Application surface must be free of dust, dirt, debris, grease, and other contaminants. We highly recommend cleaning the installation surface with isopropyl alcohol prior to application. Dry installation is recommended. Please test any application fluid prior to use. Mild heat may be used during installation to help 660LSE conform to irregular surfaces.

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