Data Sheet - MPI 4540 Mesh with liner - English

Data Sheet - MPI 4540 Mesh with liner - English
Avery Dennison® MPI 4540 Mesh with liner
270gsm Matte White Woven Mesh Banner
270gsm woven mesh construction
With PVC liner
Displays bright vibrant colours whilst allowing air flow through the banner
270gsm (8oz) matte white
woven PVC banner with PVC
Excellent wind resistance
500 x 1000 denier
18 x 12 per square inch
Light weight
Up to 3.2m wide seamless construction
Compatible with most popular solvent inkjet printers
Good Stay-flatness during printing
Rapid ink drying
Good outdoor durability
Very good tear resistance
Roll Length
Resistant to UV, rain, fungi and frost
Outdoor Life
Up to 3 year (unprinted)
Suitable with most solvent
inkjet printers including
Roland, Vutek, NUR, Scitex,
Mutoh Mimaki and DGI
Flat bed cutters
Cold overlaminating
Friction fed cutters
Electrostatic printing
Die cutting
Latex inkjet
Thermal transfer
Eco solvent inkjet
Screen printing
Solvent inkjet
Offset printing
UV curable inkjet
Always test with your combination of printer and inks prior to commercial use.
Common Applications
Building wraps
Construction sites
Bridges and pedestrian overpasses
Advertising hoardings
Outdoor banners & displays
Event and Exhibition fencing
MPI 4530 Mesh banner complies to: AS 2001.2.34-90 Determination of Permeability of Fabrics to Air, equivalent to ISO 9237.
CSIRO Independently tested report is available on request.
Avery Dennison MPI 4530 Mesh is a versatile banner for a wide range of
indoor and outdoor applications, for use in high wind areas
and where good durability and full colour printability is required.
Avery Dennison MPI 4540 Mesh with Liner
Rev. 0(Nov 2013)
270gsm (8oz)
Tensile strength - Length
- Width
Tear Strength - Length
- Width
Shelf life
Durability **
Resistance to weathering
Air Permeability#
ISO 13934-1:1999
Information on physical characteristics is
based upon tests we believe to be reliable.
The values listed herein are typical values
and are not for use in specifications.
1. They are intended only as a source of
information and are given without
guarantee and do not constitute a
warranty. Purchasers should
independently determine, prior to use,
the suitability of any material for their
specific use.
810 N/ 50mm
ISO 13934-1:1999
900 N / 50mm
ISO 13937-2:2000
180 N / 50mm
ISO 13937-2:2000
189 N / 50mm
Stored at 22° C / 50-60 & RH
1 year
Vertical exposure
Up to 3 year (outdoor)
18Min. SPRAY/2HRS., 100HRS
AS 2001.2.34-90 Determination of
Permeability of Fabrics to Air @
pressure differential of 196 PA =
equivalent to ISO 9237
No Change
All technical data is subject to change
without prior notice.
>444.4 cm /cm²sec
Avery® materials are manufactured under
careful quality control and are warranted to
be free from defect in material and
workmanship. Any material shown to our
satisfaction to be defective at the time of
sale will be replaced without charge. Our
aggregate liability to the purchaser shall in
no circumstances exceed the cost of the
defective materials supplied. No salesman,
representative or agent is authorised to
give guarantee, warranty, or make any
representation contrary to the foregoing.
Resistance to low temperature
Resistance to high temperature
ASTM G21-1996
All Avery® materials are sold subject to the
above conditions, being part of our
standard conditions of sale, a copy of
which is available on request.
Determination resistance of
synthetic polymeric materials to
Durability is based on exposure conditions
in the Asia Pacific region. Actual
performance life will depend on substrate
preparation, exposure conditions and
maintenance of the marking. For instance,
in the case of signs facing north in the
southern hemisphere or south in the
northern hemisphere; in areas of long high
temperature exposure such as northern
Australia; in industrially polluted areas or
high altitudes, exterior performance will
be decreased.
Materials have to be properly dried and cured before further processing, like
laminating, varnishing, trimming, contour cutting or application. The residual
solvents can otherwise change the products’ specific features and properties.
Compatible with most media and ink
combinations. Test prior to use.
***Information unavailable at time of
Test Methods
Dimensional stability:
Is measured on a 150 x 150 mm aluminium panel to which
a specimen has been applied; 72 hours after application
the panel is exposed for 48 hours to + 70°C, after which
the shrinkage is measured.
(FTM-1, FINAT) is measured by peeling a specimen at a
180° angle from a stainless steel or float glass panel, 24
hours after the specimen has been applied under
standardised conditions. Initial adhesion is measured 20
minutes after application of the specimen.
A specimen applied to aluminium is subjected to the flame
of a gas burner for 15 seconds. The film should stop
burning within 15 seconds after removal from the flame.
Temperature range:
A specimen applied to stainless steel is exposed at high
and low temperatures and brought back to room
temperature. 1 hour after exposure the specimen is
examined for any deterioration. Note: Prolonged
exposure to high and low temperatures in the presence of
chemicals such as solvents, acids, dyes, etc. may
eventually cause deterioration.
Chemical Resistance:
All chemical tests are conducted with test panels to which
a specimen has been applied. 72 hours after application
the panels are immersed in the test fluid for the given test
period. 1 hour after removing the panel from the fluid, the
specimen is examined for any deterioration.
Corrosion Resistance:
A specimen applied to aluminium is exposed to saline mist
(5% salt) at 35ºC. After exposure, the film is removed and
the panel is examined for traces of corrosion.
Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions Asia Pacific
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