signJET VF3111

Matt monomeric vinyl film B1

Matt white monomeric vinyl film, 4 year working life, grey adhesive is removable leaving no residue, certified fire-retardant according to DIN 4102-B1 on FOREX Classic.


signJET VF3111 is a monomeric plasticized, calendered vinyl film with a matt white surface. Prints on signJET VF3111 are characterized by promotionally effective colour effects. The grey pigmented dispersions acrylate adhesive thoroughly conceals the underlying surfaces and is completely removable. The silicon backliner ensures good flatness during the complete work process.

Additional benefit "B1 certification"

The monomeric and polymeric print films are flame retardant and meet the necessary fire protection requirements for trade fairs (DIN 4102-B1). To obtain this certificate, films are usually tested when adhered to steel.
Rauch obtained this certification in combination with the construction boards typically used at trade fairs!

Additional benefit "REACH"

All monomeric and polymeric print films of the signJET VF series are free of unsafe plasticizers (DEHP) and substances subject to registration according to the official list of candidates to the European Chemicals Regulation REACH (EC 1907/2006) 15 December 2010.


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B1 certification

This printing media is B1 certified

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