Gain double value with prints and overlaminate
Print high-quality, detailed graphics with this high-performance, calendered vinyl with a high-gloss finish for indoor and outdoor signs and vehicle graphics. HP Gloss Polymeric Overlaminate can also double as an overlaminate for printed images with the utmost protection. Provides durable print performance with over 10 years laminated display permanence. Tested and approved overlaminate for indoor smooth floor graphics.
Differentiate with environmental certifications
Offer a vinyl that complies with high health standards. HP Gloss Polymeric Overlaminate is flame-resistant and REACH compliant—a regulation of the European Union adopted to improve the protection of human health and the environment. With an end-to-end approach, the HP Latex printing system continues to drive a greater sustainable impact in large-format printing.
Save time with a reliable, total HP solution
Original HP printing materials, Original HP inks, and HP large format printers are designed to work together as a system to provide reliable, consistent, quality results that help save time.
|Print service providers||Overlaminate solution||High-performance UV polymeric calendered vinyl with dual use: brilliant image quality and an overlaminate for protection|
|Print film solution||Ease of handling with the lay-flat double-sided, PE-coated silicone release liner|
|Indoor and outdoor signage||Provides reassurance with REACH compliance|
|Window graphics||Compatible with Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks|
|Fleet graphics||Flame-resistant material|
|Floor graphics||Slip resistant for floor graphics per ANSI A137.1/A326.3|
|Ink technology||Original HP Latex Inks; also solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks|
|Thickness (base vinyl)||76 microns/3 mil per ISO 20534 Test Method|
|Base vinyl||Calendered high-performance polymeric vinyl with UV inhibitors|
|Liner||140 g/m² double-sided PE-coated silicone paper|
|Adhesive||Clear, permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive|
|Finish||Gloss, greater than 70 gloss units at 60˚ reflection|
|Over 5 years unlaminated, over 10 years laminated with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks|
|Indoor floor durability||Up to 3 months in indoor dry environments|
|Water resistance||Water resistant with HP 871 and 831 Latex Inks|
|Minimum application temperature||4 to 35˚C (39 to 95˚F) on clean, dry surfaces|
|Service temperature||-40 to 65˚C (-40˚ to 149˚F)|
|Operating temperature||15 to 35˚C (59 to 95˚F)|
|Operating humidity||40 to 60% RH|
|Lamination||Cold lamination; recommend using HP Gloss or Matte Polymeric Overlaminates|
|Shelf life||2 years, unopened in original packaging|
|Storage temperature||21 to 23˚C (69 to 75˚F)|
|Storage humidity||50% RH|
|Flame resistance||B1 approved fire certification|
|Slip rating||Third-party certified according to ANSI A137.1/A326.3 and AS HB198:2014 (AS/NZS 4586)|
|Country of origin||Product of the United States|
Made in the USA
|Product Number||Roll Sizes||UPC||Region|
|6GA31A||1067 mm x 50 m (42 in x 164 ft)||848412024838||Europe, Middle East, and Africa|
|6GA32A||1372 mm x 50 m (54 in x 164 ft)||848412024845||Europe, Middle East, and Africa|
|6GA34A||1524 mm x 50 m (60 in x 164 ft)||848412024852||Europe, Middle East, and Africa|
HP large format printing materials are free from defects in materials and workmanship. For warranty statement, please see HPLFMedia.com/go/mediawarranties. To obtain warranty service, please contact Brand Management Group customer support at HPLFMedia.com/hp/en/contactus.
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1 Performance varies based on printer and print profile. Water resistance testing by
HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of
HP media and follows ISO 18935 method. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
2 Per DIN 53363.
3 Per DIN EN ISO 2060.
4 Per DIN EN 1049-2.
5 100% per TAPPI T-425 Test Method.
6 Performance varies based on printer and print profile. Water resistance testing by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media and follows ISO 18935 method. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/hp/printpermanence.
7 Based on internal HP testing exposure at -40°C (-40°F)/53% RH for 24 hours does not appear to have any effect on the peel strength from the substrate.
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