Clear Graphics Media Film for Over-lamination

Clear PVC Free Over-Lamination Graphics Media Film

Innovia’s range of graphics media films for self-adhesive lamination applications is perfect for large format graphics as they are able to retain high dimensional stability throughout the adhesive lamination, printing and applications processes. 

They are particularly suited to flat graphics, however the films balanced orientation means that they provide superior die cutting of decals and stickers which can be applied to flat and simple curves.  Perfect for replacing PVC films in short-to-medium term graphic communication applications. 

Rayoart™ GCL, is a clear, gloss uncoated Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene (BOPP) film designed for protective over-lamination applications, or it can be used as a base film for coating. 

This film is available in both 58 and 90µm thicknesses and is extremely easy to apply or remove at both high and low temperatures. 

The superb clarity of our clear BOPP Rayoart™ films makes them perfect for window graphics, where a more sustainable solution is preferred.

Rayoart™ film can reduce the global warming potential versus PVC by more than 50%.


Enhanced UV stability
Dimensionally stable
Reduce environmental impact
Clear high clarity film
High gloss surface finish

Key Attributes

  • PVC free
  • Up to four years outdoor durability
  • No migratory additives
  • Easy handling for application
  • Robust clean removal


  • Indoor graphics
  • Outdoor graphics
  • Outdoor labels


  • Window Graphics
  • Point of Sale advertising
  • Over-Lamination
  • Base film for coating


  • Rayoart™ GCL


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