Magnetic sheeting is a pressed mixture of ferrites and binders. In its raw form the material is dark brown with the magnetic strength on only one side. Often applications will require a laminate to be placed on the non-magnetic side, such as a vinyl, adhesive or paper. We have specific vinyl laminates for screen printers, offset and flexographic printers as well as many adhesives for indoor, outdoor, textured or smooth surfaces. Let us help you choose the correct laminate for your application.
Standard Width of USA produced magnetic sheeting is 24.375″.
|General thickness / application guideline:
Operating temperature range: -15 degrees F to 160 degress F.
Magnetic strength is derived by many factors:
- Thickness of the magnet
- Surface area that magnet will cover
- Magnetic energy level
- Magnetic pole pattern
Cutting capabilities: Cut blanks, slit along the length of the roll or die cut.
Printing Methods: Screen Printing, Ink-Jet, Flexographic, Offset, and Digital Printing
Weak side coatings / laminates:
- White Vinyl – for screen printing or vinyl lettering
- Adhesive – for easy mounting of prints, photos or posters
- Plain/Uncoated – apply your own adhesive or laminate
Custom cutting and slitting available.
Call for pricing and minimums 303-740-4892.
|Hardness||Specific Gravity||Shrinkage||Tensile Strength|
|Shore D60||3.5||<1.5% @ 158 degrees F, 7 days||700 psi (49 kg/cm2)|