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Avery Dennison enhances five high visibility reflective films

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Painesville, OH – Avery Dennison introduced Easy Apply RS technology with the most popular colors in the HV 1200 reflective film series at SGIA Expo today. White, blue, red, black and yellow HV 1200 reflective films will now be easier and quicker to install on vehicles and many other substrates.

HV 1200 films provide high visibility throughout the day and night for improved safety on emergency vehicles, all types of wraps and signage. "Adding Easy Apply RS to the HV 1200 Series will make an installers job much easier and faster," said Elizabeth Park, Global Product and Marketing Manager, Avery Dennison Graphics & Reflective Products Division.  "The HV 1200 films are popular for emergency vehicles and can bring added attention to vehicle wraps at night."

Easy Apply air egress technology helps eliminate wrinkles and bubbles while Easy Apply RS provides repositionability and slideability, allowing the film to be moved easily before pressure is applied during installation. Avery Dennison offers the broadest range of standard color options with the HV 1200 Series.

Additional key features of the HV 1200 Series include:
- Consistent reflectivity over a range of entrance angles
- Excellent printability using popular UV and solvent screen inks
- Easy cutting and weeding
- Long-term durability, up to 7 years depending on installation
- Overposting, easily applied over an Avery vinyl film for added visibility.

HV1200 Series films are cast films that provide premium quality, enclosed lens, retro-reflectivity that meet ASTM D-4956 Type 1 requirements.




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