VisiFlex V-800 Prismatic Vinyl film, specially designed for fleet applications to enhance safety, is available in six vibrant colours. Its vinyl construction makes it extremely flexible and suitable for simple curves. According to the company, converters and installers appreciate how its solid construction plotter cuts with ease, eliminates tedious edge sealing and simplifies application to vehicles. Once fitted on a fleet, the bold block pattern of VisiFlex creates a fresh, sophisticated, modern look which make vehicles stand out, day and night.
The company says VisiFlex is an innovation in vehicle reflectivity and it has uploaded a new film about the material to its website.
Avery Dennison has taken reflective sheeting to the next level in performance and safety with its OmniCube full-cube sheeting that provides higher reflectivity and a more cost-effective production solution.
The robust performance characteristics of OmniCube sheeting make it the perfect choice for applications requiring high reflectivity at both long and short distances. Its full cube prisms are nearly 100 per cent efficient – returning approximately 60 per cent of the available light back to the driver, compared to only 40 per cent light returned with most other prismatic sheeting.
Using intelligent cube technology, OmniCube sheeting is engineered with a broad array of full cubes with angles tailored to meet the unique needs of drivers in different vehicle types. It precisely aligns the cubes in multiple orientations to deliver consistent performance, whether reaching a car, truck, sport utility vehicle or motorcycle.
Avery Dennison exhibits V-8000 Visiflex
Avery Dennison is showing its new V-8000 Visiflex reflective prismatic vinyl for the emergency vehicle market, OmniCube retroreflective sheeting, and digital traffic sign printing system. VisiFlex V-800 Prismatic Vinyl film, specially designed for fleet applications to enhance safety, is available in six vibrant colours. Its vinyl construction makes it extremely flexible and suitable for simple curves.
March 20, 2018