A Calendered 3.4-mil (0.0034") vinyl film for applications requiring a painted finish. An ideal method for the many small
Servicing and Maintenance stencils found on military aircraft.
Once the vinyl mask is applied to the surface and burnished down, the Transfer Tape is removed and the paint is
applied, either by spraying or by daubing with a foam pouncer or sponge applicator. When finished with
the paint application, the vinyl mask is simply peeled off and discarded due to its removeable acrylic adhesive.
Servicing & Maintenance stencil sets are available for: Harvard Mk.4, CT-114, CT-133, CF-100 Mk.5, CF-101, CF-104, CH-136, CL-13 Sabre 6,
with others under developement.
PHOTO: Servicing stencils on the wing-tip fuel tank of Canadair CF-104 Starfighter at the Royal Aviation Museum of
Western Canada in Winnipeg.