Orafol ORAGUARD 293
Orafol ORAGUARD 293
1 Mil Premium Cast PVC Gloss Cold Overlaminate Reverse Wound.
• 8 year outdoor durability.
• Designed to provide the highest levels of conformability for vehicle wraps and other applications.
• Offers a superior level of UV protection.
• 1 mil cast PVC gloss overlaminate.
1-mil, flexible transparent premium cast PVC film with a UV extension factor of four years. Available in gloss finish.
55# silicone coated paper
Clear, solvent-based, permanent adhesive
For the indoor and outdoor protection of large format digital prints. Because of it’s extra flexibility ORAGUARD® 293 is recom mened for vehicle wrapping in combination with ORAJET® 3551, 3551RA, or ORALITE® 5600
Thickness (without liner and adhesive) 1 mil
Temperature Resistance Adhered to aluminum, -58°F to +230°F, no variation
Fire Behavior (DIN 75200)
Adhered to steel, self-extinguishing
ASTM E 84-07 Class “A”
Adhesive Power (FINAT TM-1, after 24 h, average) Adhered to stainless steel: 2.74 lb/in
Tensile Strength (DIN EN ISO 527) Along: Min. 19 MPa
Across: Min. 19 MPa
Elongation at Break (DIN EN ISO 527) Along: Min. 120%
Across: Min. 120%
Seawaterability (DIN 50 021) Adhered to aluminum, after 100h/73°F, no variation
Shelf Life (68°F/50% relative humidity) 2 years
Minimum Life Expectancy (based on accepted
application procedures on verticle surfaces)
Minimum Application Temperature 46°F
Available Widths (inches)
30, 36, 40, 50, 54, 60
Recommended to be used in combination with ORAJET® Series 3951*, 3951RA*, 3951HT, 3850, 3751RA*,
3551, 3551RA, 3551DT, 3109, 3105HT and ORALITE® 5600
UV Protection Extension Factor +4 years
ORACAL® recommends that printed film be allowed to dry for at least 24 hours at 70°F (48-72 preferred) before applying a laminate.
*Applications using 3951/3951RA/3751RA laminated with 293 are recommended for highly experienced vehicle wrap installers ONLY.
Recycling Recommendation: Waste class similar to household waste, is to be recycled according to the local regulations.
Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be cleaned thoroughly of dust, grease or any contaminants. Freshly lacquered or painted
surfaces should be allowed to stand for at least three weeks after complete curing. The compatibility of selected lacquers and paints should be
tested by the end-user prior to use.
The statements in this information sheet are based upon our knowledge and practical experience. This data is intended only as a source of
information and is given without any guarantee and does not constitute a warranty. Due to the wide variety of possible uses and applications,
customers should independently determine the suitability of this material for their specific purpose, prior to use