, also known as reflective sheeting, is a specialized material designed to reflect light and improve visibility. It is commonly used in signage, road markings, and other applications where high visibility is essential for safety and information dissemination.
Reflective film is typically made from layers of materials that include microprisms or glass beads embedded in a transparent or colored film. These materials are responsible for the retroreflective properties of the film, which means that light is reflected back towards its source, making it highly visible even in low-light or dark conditions.
There are different types of reflective films, including engineer grade, high-intensity grade, and diamond grade, each offering varying levels of reflectivity and durability. The choice of reflective film depends on the specific application and its requirements for visibility, longevity, and compliance with relevant standards and regulations.