Mactac ColorGard CG8200 Matte
Mactac ColorGard CG8200 Matte
3 Mil Vinyl Overlaminate.
• Intermediate, coated, clear overlaminating film offering UV resistance.
• Uniform matte surface protects printed graphics from abrasion, moisture, and other damaging effects.
• Clear PET liner.
• Great adhesion to UV inks.
• Durability 3 years outdoors and 5+ years indoors.
Size: 54” x 150 ft
PRODUCT: CG8200 Matte
The Permacolor system is a series of pressure sensitive products for mounting and
overlaminating in the imaging industries. Pressure sensitive Permacolor provides fast, efficient
processing through cold roll lamination techniques without the need for heat, drying or messy
The ColorGard® overlaminating films are a family of intermediate pressure sensitive adhesive
coated, clear overlaminating films that are available in a variety of surface finishes. These films
can be laminated to photographic prints, transparencies and digital images including UV inkjet,
solvent- and eco-solvent inkjet, and water-based inkjet prints to impart protection from abrasion,
moisture and other potentially damaging effects in both indoor and outdoor environments.
CG8200 Matte is a vinyl film coated on one side with a clear acrylic pressure sensitive adhesive.
An easily removed ultra-smooth, 46#CCK liner protects the adhesive. CG8200 provides a
uniform, matte surface that protects from abrasion, moisture and other potentially damaging
effects. It also helps retard color fade caused by ultra violet (UV) light exposure.
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES TEST METHOD
Thickness, inches (µm) ASTM D645
Film plus adhesive 0.0040 (101)
Total product 0.0055 (139)
Quick Tack, lb./in.2 (N/25 mm) MACtac CTM-25
Stainless Steel 3.0 (13.2)
UV Inkjet Print 1.2 (5.3)
Peel Adhesion, lb./inch (N/25 mm) PSTC – 1
Stainless Steel – 30 minutes 3.5 (15.3)
-24 hours 4.2 (18.4)
UV Inkjet Print – 30 minutes
Dimensional Stability (Shrinkage), inches (mm) MACtac CTM-21
48 hours @ 158°F (70°C) bonded to aluminum (Method D)
MD 0.02 (0.5)
CD 0.02 (0.5)
Shear, Hours to Fail PSTC – 7
Stainless Steel – 1000g @ 72°F (22°C) 150
White Light Transmission, % 90 MACtac CTM – 67
(Note: Glass = 100) IMPORTANT NOTICE: The information given and the recommendations made herein are based on our research and are believed to be accurate, but no
guarantee of their accuracy or completeness is made. In every case, user shall determine before using any product in full scale production, or in any way,
whether such product is suitable for user’s intended use for their particular purpose under their own operating conditions. User assumes all risk and liability
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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES TYPICAL VALUES* TEST METHOD
Gloss (60° angle) 12 ASTM D-523
Temperature Range Guidelines
Application: Above 45°F (7°C) for best results.
End Use: -40° to 150°F (-40° to 66°C)
Adhesive pH Neutral TAPPI -529
The durability of the film 3-4 years in vertical (90±5°) applications outdoors and 5+ years
indoors. While all Permacolor overlaminating films have UV resistance built in to help extend
the life of your image, the durability of the image is mainly dependent upon the quality of the
inks (see technical data sheets given by the ink manufacturers) and pressure sensitive media being
⇒ Where exposure to moisture, chemicals, solvents or high pressure wash is anticipated,
MACtac recommends sealing the edges with varnish, silicone or other sealant to prevent
penetration by these liquids.
⇒ Overlaminates should not be applied onto dusty or dirty prints.
⇒ The mounting board must be properly prepared prior to mounting the image. This may
include wiping with alcohol, light sanding or surface sealing depending on the board.
Contact your board supplier for their recommendation.
⇒ MACtac’s pressure sensitive mounting films are intended for “Cold Roll Lamination”
(40°F – 104°F). The addition of heat while simultaneous mounting with Thermal
Overlaminates may result in curl or have other detrimental effects on the finished
⇒ Whenever possible, always test first to ensure end-use capability.
1) The user is responsible for determining the product’s suitability, including adhesion and if
needed, removal characteristics when used in applications other than listed specifically in
this Performance Guide.
2) If there are any questions about applications, please contact your MACtac sales
representative to discuss your requirements for recommendations.
3) If this is a printed Performance Guide it is an uncontrolled document. Please check the
MACtac website for the latest, most up-to-date version.
Two years when stored at 75°F (24°C) and 50% relative humidity or less. Note: MACtac
recommends that rolls be stored on end or suspended from the core.
* Values given are typical and are not necessarily for use in specification