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High Intensity Grade Reflective Sheeting is a high-quality, durable micro-prismatic retro reflective material. Its unique prismatic construction provides an extra high level of reflectivity for demanding traffic control situations. Meets applicable requirements for high intensity grade sheeting applications for Types III and IV retro reflective sheeting as set forth in ASTM D 4956.

Unit of Measure

Construction

Face Film

N/A High Gloss

Adhesive

N/A Permanent Pressure Sensitive (Class 1)

Liner

N/A Film

Specifications

Outdoor Durability

N/A R100 is warranted for 10 years (3 years for orange) when properly processed and applied.

Mini. Surface & Ambient Air Application Temperature

N/A 65 °F (18 °C) when applied with a squeeze roll applicator

Application Surface

N/A Flat surfaces only. Not recommended for unpainted stainless steel. Always pretest your specific substrate prior to application. Note: Wet method of application is not recommended for R-100 reflective sheeting.

Service Temperature Range

N/A -40°F to 180°F (-40°C to 82°C)

Typical Film Caliper (w/adhesive)

N/A 17 to 18 mils

Shelf Life

N/A One year when stored at the following temperature and conditions 68 - 77°F (20 - 25°C) and 50% ±5% R.H.

Other Tests

N/A R-100 meets all other requirements set forth in ASTM D 4956 including Shrinkage, Flexibility, Liner removal, Adhesion, Impact resistance, Specular gloss, and Outdoor weathering (Types III and IV).

Photometric Performance

N/A

    Types III and IV values per ASTM D 4956. Minimum Coefficient of Retroreflection (RA) (cd/lx/m2)

    Observation Angle Entrance Angle White Yellow Orange Green Red Blue Brown
    0.1" -4 400 270 160 56 56 32 14
    30 180 120 72 32 32 14 10
    0.2" -4 250 170 100 45 45 20 12
    30 150 100 60 25 25 11 8.5
    0.5 -4 135 100 64 70 70 10 5
    30 65 45 25 10 10 5 3.5

    Note: 0.1 "Observation angle is a Supplemental Requirement" in ASTM D-4956. It represents long highway viewing distances about 275 Meters (800 ft.) and greater

Colors & Specification Limits (Daytime)

N/A

    Color 1 2 3 4 Luminance (Y%)
    X Y X Y X Y X Y Min. Max.
    White 0.303 0.3 0.368 0.366 0.34 0.393 0.274 0.329 40  
    Yellow 0.498 0.412 0.557 0.442 0.479 0.52 0.438 0.472 24 45
    Orange 0.558 0.352 0.636 0.364 0.57 0.429 0.506 0.404 14 30
    BlueB 0.14 0.035 0.244 0.21 0.19 0.255 0.065 0.216 1 10
    GreenB 0.026 0.39 0.166 0.364 0.286 0.446 0.207 0.771 3 12
    Red 0.618 0.351 0.735 0.266 0.629 0.281 0.565 0.346 3 15
    Brown 0.43 0.34 0.61 0.39 0.55 0.45 0.43 0.39 4 9

    A The hour pairs of chromaticity coordinates determine the acceptable color in terms of the CIE 1931 Standard Colormetric System measured with Standard Illuminant D65.

    B The saturation limit of green and blue may extend to the border of the CIE chromaticity locus for spectral colors.

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