GBC Arctic Lustre UV Laminating Film
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GBC Arctic Lustre UV Laminating Film

Brand: GBC
  • Minimize Reflection without Compromising Sharpness
  • Pressure-Sensitive Cold Film
  • Material: PVC
  • 3 Mil Thick

Starting at: $361.39

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Achieve a beautifully vibrant and soft combination for your graphics with GBC Arctic lustre laminating films. These pressure sensitive over-laminate films require no heat to apply, and offer the ideal combination of color-enhancing gloss and a softer matte texture. They resist fingerprints and minimize reflection, without the loss of sharpness in your graphic. This best-in-class lamination has UV protection and is ideal for indoor applications like window displays, or even outdoor signs.
  • Minimize Reflection without Compromising Sharpness
  • Pressure-Sensitive Cold Film
  • 3 Mil Thick
  • 3" Core


Brand NameArctic
Manufacturer Part NumberGBCARCTICL-GRP
Quantity1 Roll
Film TypeCold / Pressure Sensitive (Arctic) Laminating Film Roll
Laminate FinishLustre
Core Size3" Core
Laminate Thickness3 Mil
UV InhibitorsYes


With unique GBC Arctic lustre laminating film, you can achieve the ideal combination of the color-enhancing gloss with a highly visible matte texture. This fingerprint resistant film is a cold laminate (also known as pressure sensitive), so is ideal for your heat-sensitive prints. It can add an elegant touch to posters, signs, POP displays, promotional materials, tradeshow graphics, retail window displays, and more, and is ideal for indoor and outdoor use.

GBC Arctic luster semi-gloss over-laminate is available in several sizes, including 38", 43", 55", and 61" wide by 150 feet long. It is a 3 mil thick film wrapped on a 3" core for compatibility white a huge variety of pressure sensitive laminating machines. It features UV inhibitors that help slow down dulling from sunlight, ensuring a bright, clean display for longer than other laminates.

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