Water Transfer Printing Film
Reflect at all angles
Meet ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Level 2
Meet EN ISO20471
V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material- Iron On Silver Reflective Film TF-HW254000
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment is designed for use on safety garments and casual wear. When properly used, TF-HW256025 Iron on silver reflective film for garment help enhance the visibility of the wearer in nighttime or low-light conditions when illuminated by a light source such as headlights, by returning the light back toward the original source and reaching the automobile driver’s eye.
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment exceeds the minimum reflectivity requirements of EN471 Level 2.
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment is composed of wide-angle, exposed retro-reflective lenses bonded to a heat activated adhesive with a PET reflective side liner.
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment is featured in silver(daytime color) with a brilliant white reflected color.
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment exceeds the minimum reflectivity requirements of EN471 Level 2, when tested at e = 0° or e = 90° in accordance with the procedures in EN471. Minimum coefficients of retro-reflection are shown as below.
Coefficient of Retro-reflection * (R’ or RA ) cd/lux/d
Entrance Angle (β1, β2=0)
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment is certified to ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 and will also meet the requirements for retroreflective material in ANSI/ISEA 207-2010
TF-HW256025 TF-HW256025 Iron on silver reflective film for garment
Initial Average RA
Measured by 3M on new product at +5.0° entrance and 0.2° observation angles♦ ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 minimum coefficient of retroreflection for Level 2 retroreflective material
ISO 6330 Method 2A at 60 °C (140 °F) and RA≥ 100 cd/lux/m² (home wash)
ISO 3175-2 Method 9.1 and RA≥ 100 cd/lux/m²
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment transfer film will meet or exceed the following physical performance as noted. All RA values are at +5° entrance angle and 0.2° observation angle.
Retro Reflectivity : (Initial)
ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 Level 2
Abrasion : RA ≥ 100
5000 Cycles (EN 530 Method 2)
Flexing : RA ≥ 100
7500 Cycles (ISO 7854 Method A)
Cold Fold: RA ≥ 100
-20 °C (-4 °F)( ISO 4675)
Temperature Cycle : RA ≥ 100
12 hours @ 50 °C (122 °F);
20 hours @ -30 °C (-22 °F)
Wash : RA ≥ 100
50 cycles @ 40 °C (140 °F)( ISO 6330)
Flame Resistance4 : char length ≤ 4 inches
Flame ≤ 2 seconds
Heat Resistance4 : cannot melt
drip, separate or ignite
5 minutes @ 260°C (500 °F)
Convective Heat4 : RA ≥ 100
10 minutes @ 140 °C (285 °F)
Die-cutting is recommended ,although it can also be hand-cut or guillotined
Method 2A – 25 washes at 60°C, ISO 6330
Dry clean 25 cycle,ISO3175
V-REFLEX™ TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment is used together on a single flat surface or as a set where uniform heat and pressure can be applied.
Avoid applying film over seams and stitches
Remove adhesive side liner,exposing dry adhesive. Do not remove reflective side liner.
Place the product on substrate with the adhesive side down and apply heat and pressure.
Precautions for Heat Lamination
Do not exceed lamination temperatures listed below as the paper liner may become difficult to remove. If high temperatures are required for bond durability, follow lamination steps 1-3 using recommended temperature, remove paper liner, and then laminate again at the higher temperature (using a non-stick slip sheet to protect reflective surface).
TF-HW254000 Iron on silver reflective film for garment
Adhesive side Liner
Reflective Side Liner
167-177 °C (325-350 °F )
The lamination temperature, time and pressure listed below should be used as a guide. Each substrate and reflective film combination should be tested to determine the best set of conditions that will meet customer requirements.
Other lamination methods, such as roll to roll, heat fusing and HF welding can also be used. The proper temperature, time and pressure conditions must be tested for each fabric to assure adequate adhesion and physical performance.