Amari Plastics | Mactac LUV 6300

Mactac LUV 6300

A semi-matt 125-micron anti-slip laminate designed specifically for indoor floor applications.

A semi-matt 125-micron anti-slip laminate designed specifically for indoor floor applications.

  • Rated R9 according to DIN 51130.
  • Protects floor graphics from UV and pedestrian abrasion.
  • Eliminates glare and provides an anti – slip floor cover.
  • Textured lustre finish.
  • Can be used as a double sided photographic laminate

Technical Details.

  • 1040mm x 50m and 1370mm x 50m rolls.
  • Permanent acrylic solvent adhesive.
  • Liner 100 micron.
  • Protects from mechanical abrasion.
  • Compatible with eco-solvent, solvent, UV and Latex prints.
Properties & advantages at a glance
  • Suitable for 6 months interior life in application (3 years if used vertically).
  • Recommended for flat, curved, cylindrical and 2D surfaces.
  • Designed to protect internal graphics from abrasion and mechanical effects.
  • Anti-slip rating R9 at Din 51130
  • BS 7976-2:2002 Pendulum test approved.
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