Series 3310

Extended Life Polyurethane Overlaminate

Series 3310 is a 38 microns polyurethane film with a clear, permanent pressure-sensitive adhesive. Along 
with protecting and prolonging the life of printed images, Series 3310 is designed as a multi-purpose extended life overlaminate, recommended for fleet and vehicle applications.

Used as an overlaminate, the outdoor durability is rated up to 10 years vertical exposure and up to 4 years horizontal exposure for Zone 1.

Zone 2 horizontal exposure is rated up to 3 years. 

Zone 3 horizontal exposure is rated up to 18 months.

Applications & Features

  • Protective overlaminate for digitally printed PVC media and flexible substrates
  • Protective overlaminate for most DPF and screenprint films
  • Fleet graphics and vehicle applications
  • Better/improved clarity than PVC overlaminates
  • Superior conformability
  • Increased durability & UV protection to extend the life of your graphic
  • Arlon overlaminate film is designed to be laminated cold without any heat

Performance & Physical Data

Property Test Methods Typical Value
Surface Finish Gloss Meter 60° Reflection 80 Gloss Units
Thickness Micrometer, Federal Bench Type 38 microns
Tensile Strength Tensile Tester 51 mm jaw separation; crosshead speed of 5.1 mm/s, web direction 3.4 kg/cm
Elongation Instron Tensile Tester as above 400% to 450%
Shelf Life (In Box) Ideal storage temperature 21°C 2 years from factory shipment
Application Temperature Range On clean, dry substrate 16°C to 32°C
Service Temperature Range On clean, dry substrate -40°C to 79°C
Dimensional Stability 70°C, 48 hours 0.12 mm
Peel Adhesion PSTC-1, 15min 21°C 0.63 - 0.80 kg/cm
Liner Release TLMI Release at 90°, 760 cm/min 7.28 g/cm
*Actual ink life varies by ink type and by environment


Series 3310 contains enhanced UV inhibitors in the vinyl formulation. Actual weathering durability depends on surface preparation, surface maintenance and exposure conditions. Successful weather resistance is characterized by the retention of legibility.

Series 3310 will resist weathering best when applied to vertical or upper outboard angles. Horizontal angles, such as hood and auto roof surfaces, will deteriorate more quickly than vertical. This is due to increased exposure to sun and moisture, as well as continued high deposition of dirt and atmospheric contaminants. For best practice on laminating to UV inks, see TIp 55: What is Silvering?


The following is made in lieu of all warranties expressed or implied:

All statements, technical information and recommendations published by Arlon relating to its products are based on tests believed to be reliable and within the accuracy of the equipment used to obtain the specific values. Their accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed and Arlon makes no warranty with regard thereto. Seller’s and manufacturer’s only responsibility shall be to replace any quantity of the product proved defective. Seller and manufacturer shall not be liable for injury, loss or damage, direct or consequential, arising out of use or the inability to use the product. Nor shall seller or manufacturer be liable for any costs or expenses incurred in the processing or printing on the product. Before using, user shall determine the suitability of the product for its intended use. User assumes all risk and liability of every nature in connection therewith. No statements or recommendations other than those contained in the technical information published by Arlon shall have force or effect unless contained in an agreement manually signed by the officers of seller and manufacturer.