Gatorfoam

Gator Gatorfoam Technical Datasheet

The characteristics, technical data, tolerances, and packaging units of the Gatorfoam products:

Characteristics

application:GATORFOAM® is a product of the GATOR™ product range. An extremely rigid lightweight graphic arts composite panel with a hard smooth surface on both sides. Excellent for wall attachments and hanging applications (light weight, dimensional stability). Ensures high quality direct printing and mounting applications. Able to accept large format digital images. Adds depth and visual appeal to displays and signages.
panel construction:Laminated sandwich- construction. Consists of an extruded polystyrene core laminated to two resin impregnated faces (proprietary technology).
behaviour in external conditions:The sheet is not flame retardant.
The foam shows no waterabsorption, only in cut cells.
The layer is not resistent against water/humidity.
chemical effects:The Foam is not resistent against solvents, glues containing solvents and holt-melt-adhesive.
The layer is resistent against customary water-based and UV-inks, layer is not resistent against glues and inks containing solvents.
additional compliance to following standards:Certificate ISO 9001:2000
Certificate ISO 14001:2004
OHSAS 18001:1999
Development, manufacturing and sales of lightweightboards and PUR- forming parts


Technical Data and Tolerances

attributevaluetoleranceunitmethod
thickness5,0*5,0**10,0*25,0*±0,8mmKAPA-Meth.
density~ 30~ 30~ 30~ 30-kg/m3KAPA-Meth.
weight per unit area1120112013101885-g/m2KAPA-Meth.
compression strength 10% compression set~ 0,25~ 0,21~ 0,36~ 0,35-N/mm2DIN 53421
memory effect 10% compression set~ 98~ 98~ 97~ 95-%DIN 53421
elastic modulus (E-Modul)~ 4,6~ 3,4~ 7,9~ 13,5-N/mm2DIN 53421
bending strength~ 11,5~ 10,1~ 4,1~ 1,0-N/mm2DIN 53423
CIE lab-valueL 91,88 (a=+0,92, b=-1,19)--MINOLTA

* white, ** black

Packaging Units

thickness in mm5*5**10*25*toleranceright angle
sizes in mmsheets per box±1,5mm±0,7mm/m
1220 x 2440151515-
1525 x 3050--106

All data are based on our current knowledge and experience. They are considered as a reference without being legally binding. February 2006