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Our dot reflective tape & conspicuity reflective tape is the Industry's highest visibility guidance in wet or dry weather conditions with full reflective strength from distances of 1,000 feet or more. Exceeds NHTSA (49 CFR 571) and carries D.O.T.-C2 legal certification for compliance.
Modular pattern of reflective prisms allow it to be mounted in any position while maintaining reflective performance. Typical brightness of 750+ candlepower.
Excellent quality and durable DOT C2 reflective tape for trucks, RV's, trailers, buses, etc.
PRODUCT INFORMATION GUIDE Application(s): Our 3-year reflective sheeting is a high quality, durable, self-adhesive. Prismatic lens, retroreflective material. It is designed for use on vehicles for easy nighttime vehicle recognition. Meets DOT-C2 specification.
Adhesive: Permanent, Acrylic Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Face Film: Vinyl Based Prismatic Reflective Film Liner: Polymeric Film Tape Application: Minimum application temperature 16C (60F) Recommended for flat application to painted metal surfaces only. This product is not warranted for application to stainless steel. Reflective sheeting is not designed for use as a printed decal. Applications involving the printing of this product are not covered by warranty. Surface must be clear of contamination. Shelf Life: One year, when stored at 73F (23C), 50% +/- 5% relative humidity.
Outdoor Durability: 3 years when properly processed and applied (vertical) Operational Temp: (-23C to 72C) -10F to 160F Typical Film Caliper: 13.0 mils Specifications: Meets or exceeds applicable requirements mentioned in NHTSA (49 CFR 571) and carries "DOT-C2" certification printed in white This data is based on typical results achieved. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer or user to ensure that the product is suitable for any proposed end use or application and to ensure proper cleaning of the substrate to which it will be applied. This data in no way constitutes a specification, nor should it be seen as a recommendation for use. We accept no liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use of these products or data. March 2005.
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