Technical Data Sheets

A technical data sheet or spec sheet summarises the performance and other technical characteristics of a product. A technical data sheet excludes financial and management data, instead focusing on the specifications and components of the product, as specified by the original manufacturer.

JMF are committed to sharing technical data, as it confirms to clients that we use the highest quality and most suitable materials for any specific application or environment.

Take a look below for links to material safety data sheets by our partner manufacturers.

3M: General Purpose Graphic Film

3M is a globally recognised brand associated with quality.

This document shows for which substrates the vinyl is suitable, their life span, how to cut them, and how to apply, maintain and clean them.

Perspex: Cast Acrylic

Perspex are a company known worldwide for the production and supply of high-quality acrylic sheets.

This technical data sheet will provide the temperatures which the material can stand, as well as its BS standard numbers.

Hydro: Aluminium Rolled Products

These inspection sheets are used for inspecting the product quality of Hydro’s metal.

They provide conditions which determine whether it can be lasered, CNC cut, bent, and the heat which the substance can withstand when adding special effect coatings in a powder coating oven.

Every single piece of aluminium or steel has to be inspected before it can be imported into the country to be sold by our suppliers. We ensure all of the companies we rely on for supplying products adhere to these inspection standards. An unscrupulous sub-contractor may rely on a black market supply, but to protect our machinery and our clients, we buy only the best.

AkzoNobel: Cromadex Liquid Coatings

Akzonobel/Cromadex and Thermaset are the leading manufacturers of paint, supplying products to the general industrial market for over 35 years. They are experts in colour, corrosion protection, and specialist systems.

These technical data sheets show lifespans, and quality approved codes.

Roland: ECO-SOL MAX Inks

Roland ECO-SOL MAX inks are the branded inks we use with our Roland print machines.

Using only their recommended branded products, we maintain an active warranty on print heads, and cleaning and maintenance by Roland’s official team of engineers.

GE: Lexan 9030 Sheet

Lexan is the biggest name in polycarbonate.

This technical data sheet provides guidance and requirements for drilling, sawing, and bending.

GE: Tetra MAX LED Modules

GE’s Tetra MAX LED modules are used on JMF Group’s illuminated flex faces and halo-lit 3D built-up lettering.

This technical data sheet shows brightness information, energy consumption, and power supply loading. It also illustrates the breakdown of the LED modules, to show how they can be used and how they are constructed.

SignComp: Flex Box Extrusions

SignComp is the biggest name in Flex Box Extrusions.

Imported directly from the USA, this technical data sheet shows a cross-section of how the material works and how it is constructed.

Verseidag: Vision Coated 550 PVC

Vision Coated 550 and Seemee Backlit are the two primary types of PVC that JMF use for banners & flex box skins.

This data sheet shows BS certification numbers, and natural fibre DN numbers.

FKMoore: Nylon Sign Locators

FK Moore manufacture a range of fixings that JMF use across our signage range.

This includes brass locators, and plastic locators, in addition to a number of secure fixings used throughout the most common applications.

Foam-X: Lightweight Foam Board

A lightweight foam board with a polyurethane foam core and coated multi-layered paper liners, Foam-X is suitable for indoor and outdoor applications.

The material provides an ideal weight-stability ratio and can be processed very easily with manual tools. This technical data sheet offers advice and processing tips.

Dibond: Aluminium Composite

An aluminium composite sheet which is specially optimised for display.

Dibond is durable and lightweight, allowing for 3-dimensional shaping that doesn’t sacrifice of stability or rigidity. Dibond is ideal for both internal and external applications and can be applied to an extraordinary number of surfaces.

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