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Reflective Sheeting

Reflective sheeting is a type of material designed to enhance visibility and safety by reflecting light. It is commonly used in various applications, including signage, safety vests, traffic control devices, and road markings.
Reflective sheeting is typically made from a base layer, a reflective layer, and an adhesive layer. The base layer provides support and durability, while the reflective layer is responsible for reflecting light back to its source. This layer is usually made of glass beads or microprismatic material, which can efficiently reflect light.
There are different types of reflective sheeting, categorized based on their performance levels. These include engineer grade, high intensity prismatic, and diamond grade sheeting. The choice of reflective sheeting depends on the specific application and the required visibility standards.
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  • CODE Name Surface Film Film(MM) Liner(g/m2) Glue Width(M) Inks Color
    GY-RFV3100 Reflective Sheeting PET 0.11  120 Clear adhesive/White adhesive 1.22/1.24   white/yellow/red/green/blue/orange/black
    GY-RFV3200 Reflective Sheeting Acrylic 0.10  120 Clear adhesive/White adhesive 1.22/1.24   white/yellow/red/green/blue/orange/black
    GY-RFV3300 Reflective Sheeting PVC 0.16  120 Clear adhesive/White adhesive 1.22/1.24 Solvent&Eco Solvent white/yellow/red/green/blue/orange/black
  • Reflective sheeting is a specialized type of material used in various applications, primarily for enhancing visibility in low-light or dark conditions. It typically consists of a base layer or film with reflective properties that reflect light, making it visible to observers when light is shone upon it. The product parameters you provided for reflective sheeting include:
    Surface Film:
    Reflective sheeting can have different surface films, including:
    PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate): A durable and transparent material often used in various applications.
    Acrylic: A clear and rigid plastic known for its optical clarity and weather resistance.
    PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride): A flexible and versatile plastic commonly used in signage and label applications.
    Film Thickness (MM):
    Reflective sheeting comes in different thicknesses, which are measured in millimeters (MM). The thickness options you provided are 0.11mm, 0.10mm, and 0.16mm. Thicker films may offer increased durability and rigidity.
    Liner (g/m2):
    The liner is a backing material that provides support and protection to the adhesive on the reflective sheeting. It's measured in grams per square meter (g/m2), and the liner weight is 120 g/m2.
    Reflective sheeting often comes with adhesive on one side to facilitate easy application. The two common options are:
    Clear Adhesive: This adhesive is transparent, which means it won't affect the appearance of the reflective sheeting itself.
    White Adhesive: This adhesive is white in color and may be used when the adhesive color should match or complement the surface it's applied to.
    Width (M):
    Reflective sheeting is available in different widths, typically measured in meters (M). The width options you provided are 1.22m and 1.24m, which are common widths for various applications.
    Reflective sheeting is commonly used in traffic signs, vehicle markings, safety vests, and a wide range of outdoor applications where visibility and safety are critical, especially during low-light or nighttime conditions. The choice of surface film, thickness, adhesive, and color can vary depending on the specific application and regulatory standards in different regions.
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