Durable, tear-resistant polyester fabric
Color brilliance, sharp edge definition
Built-in ‘block out’ layer for no show-through
Lasting display permanence indoors, in-window, and outdoors
NFPA701 and B1 approved fire certifications
Printing Material Specifications
Core Size, US
Country of Origin
Printing Material Lamination
Operating Temperature Range, Celsius
Operating Temperature Range, Fahrenheit
Printing Material Dry Time
(Indoor home or office)
(Commercial in-window, unlaminated)
Printing Material Shelf Life
2 100% per TAPPI T-425 Test Method.
3 Display permanence rating for interior displays/away from direct sunlight, under glass by HP Image Permanence Lab and/or by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc. on a range of HP media. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/t/printpermanence.
4 Interior in-window display ratings by HP Image Permanence Lab on a range of HP media. HP predictions based on test data under Xenon-Arc illuminant—calculation assumes 6,000 Lux/12 hr day. For more information, see HPLFMedia.com/t/printpermanence.
5 Outdoor display permanence rating according to SAE J2527; in a vertical display orientation in simulated nominal outdoor display conditions for select high and low climates, including exposure to direct sunlight and water; performance may vary as environmental conditions change. For more information, see HPLFMedia/t/printpermanance.
6 Lamination required with Original HP dye-based inks. 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/t/printpermanence.
7 Based on testing HP media printed with Original HP inks using a 3-mil vinyl film laminate that contains a water-based acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive and a 3-mil vinyl film laminate that contains a solvent acrylic pressure- sensitive adhesive—the formulations of which HP believes represent the majority of cold film laminates that are commercially available based on historical testing. Films without the above-mentioned formulations may not be compatible.