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ClearShield Classic Lite - 1 Gallon
This formulation is lower in viscosity than ClearShield Classic, but offers the same great UV-protection, chemical and abrasion resistance as well as dirt pick up resistance. ClearShield Classic Lite can be applied by hand using a roller application or using automated spray equipment. ClearShield Classic Lite is a water-based liquid laminate that can offer the same protection as film laminates while saving as much as 60% in production costs. To ensure maximum protection our coatings are specifically formulated for a variety of inks and applications such as banners, vehicle graphics, billboards, signage, and truck-side curtains. Marabu's ClearShield Liquid Coatings are formulated with state of the art UV-inhibitors and HALS (hindered amine light stabilizers) to provide superior protection against damaging UV-rays. Our coatings also offer protection against chemicals, abrasion, and dirt pick up.
Manual “Brush & Roll” Application
Use the ClearShield coating as supplied, brush
and roll onto your print using a short-nap roller or a
white high-density foam roller. Apply two coats, waiting
approximately an hour between coats for the ClearShield to completely dry.
Automated Liquid Laminators
ClearShield can be used on most automatic flood coaters, including the StarLam 1600R Roll-to-Roll
HVLP Spray Gun
ClearShield is easy to apply using an HVLP gravity-fed spray gun. We recommend using a 1.3 to 1.6mm tip and a psi of 45 - 55.
- 0in ... #MAR 360259811 - Gloss
- 0in ... #MAR 360259814 - Matte
- 0in ... #MAR 360259813 - Satin
|CONDITION OF USE AND STOCKING
Shelf Life: ClearShield Classic Lite - 1 Gallon has a shelf life of 12 months after receipt from Sonoma Graphic Products. Storage (new and partially used rolls): For quality reasons ClearShield Classic Lite - 1 Gallon should be stored and converted under conditions of 35-65% relative humidity and at a temperature of 10-30°C. Storage of open rolls: When an open roll of media is not being used » remove the roll from the printer » cover the roll with a plastic bag to protect it from contaminants » if you are storing it on end, use an end plug and tape down the edge to prevent damage to the edge of the roll » do not lay sharp or heavy objects on unprotected rolls and do not stack them.