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MACtac LUV7499

MACtac LUV7499

A 2-5 year anti-graffiti laminate. This 80mic high gloss; PVC free, polypropylene film features a clear adhesive designed for use with UV prints. Ideal for indoor and short term outdoor applications on flat surfaces. Match with JT5425 for a PVC free combination or Mactac Easy 209.

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MACtac LUV7499 Technical Specifications

  • Recyclable
  • Anti-Graffiti
  • Flat Surfaces
  • Internal Graphics
  • External Graphics

The MACtac LUV7499 is an ecofriendly laminate based on 80 µm polypropylene film coated on one side with a clear acrylic adhesive. The adhesive is protected by a white paper release liner that provides complete visual inspection of the product, easy liner removal and a distortion-free adhesive surface. As such, the product is free of chlorine and phthalates.

Technical Data
Average Values

Thickness (film + adhesive)

100 µ

Dimensional stability (FTM 14)


Adhesion, 23°C

Quick Tack on glass:

Peel 24 hours on glass

- after 20 mins:

- after 24 hours:


16 N/25 mm (FTM 9)


13 N/25 mm (FTM 1)

15 N/25 mm (FTM 1)

Temperature range

Application temperature range:

End-use temperature range:


+ 5°C to + 40°C

- 30°C to + 60°C

Durability (vertical exposure)

up to 2 years

Shelf life (Stored at 15 to 25°C / +50% RH)

2 years

Chemical Resistance

Resistant to short periods of immersion in water and short contact with detergents, alcohol and some aliphatic solvents. Not recommended for contact with ketones, esters, aromatic solvents and chlorinated hydrocarbons.

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