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ORAGUARD 250AS Anti-Skid Laminating Film

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Orders exceeding the stock on hand amount are processed as special orders, which require additional processing and shipping time and are not eligible for return.

Overview

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ORAGUARD 250AS is a 4.75 mil matte calendared clear anti-skid laminating film with a permanent solvent adhesive. ORAGUARD 250AS is intended for abrasion protection of digitally printed floor graphics and meets  ASTM D 2047 certification for slip resistance. This economy calendared film is intended for use on flat surfaces only and is warranted for six months.


FEATURES:

  • Matte finish reduces glare and enhances legibility of P.O.P. graphics
  • 4.75 mile PVC face film provides abrasion resistance for printed graphics for up to 6 months.
  • Textured anti-skid face film provides protection for patrons and peace of mind for businesses, municipalities, schools, and other institutions.
  • Clear solvent-based permanent adhesive provides superior lay flat performance and resists degradation by detergents and chemicals.



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Not all cold laminators are the same. Some are engineered specifically for reverse wound rolls of film. Some can be used with both reverse-wound and forward wound rolls. Most ORAGUARD overlaminate film is reverse wound. If your laminator is configured for forward-wound film, you can click here to view the 210G forward-wound variant, which we offer in 50-inch by 50 yard rolls or choose a different product.

Applications:
Popular applications include protection of Point of Purchase retail floor graphics team mascot and logo graphics in stadiums and sports arenas and way-finding floor graphics in convention centers.