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Retroreflective Materials

Retroreflectivity is the scientific term that describes the ability of an object to redirect light back to its source. A typical example of Retroreflectivity is seen when the light from automobile headlights are redirected to the drivers eyes from traffic signs at night. Examples of retroreflective materials are traffic control signs, vehicle markings; and personal safety items such as vests.

For over 55 years ORAFOL has been a pioneer and technology leader in the development of the brightest retro-reflective materials in the world.

Retroreflective materials use one of two technologies to provide the retroreflection: glass-beads or cube corner microprisms.

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