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3M™ High Intensity Prismatic Sheeting Series 3930

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Non-metalized microprismatic lens reflective sheeting designed for production of reflective durable traffic control signs, work zone devices and delineators that are exposed vertically in service.
Its unique prismatic construction provides a high level of retroreflectivity for multiple traffic control situations. Meets both ASTM D4956-09 Type III, Type IV, and ASTM D4956-07 Type X specifications. See Product Bulletin 3930 for additional information.


  • Durable - tougher topcoat aids against scuffs and scratches
  • Vivid daytime colors provide 24 hour performance
  • Improved optical package increases nighttime visibility
  • Meets multiple specifications

Suggested Use

  • Permanent traffic signage
  • Work zone devices and signage

Available in:

  • 3930 White
  • 3931 Yellow
  • 3932 Red
  • 3934 Orange
  • 3935 Blue
  • 3937 Green
  • 3939 Brown

Also available as finished sign faces

Related Links
  • Minimum Levels of Retroreflectivity
    The Federal Highway Administration Minimum Levels of Retroreflectivity Ruling for traffic signs went into effect on January 22, 2008. Learn more about the ruling and how 3M can help you ensure compliance.

Learn More . . .

 3M™ High Intensity Prismatic Reflective Sheeting 3930 334/336 - Flyer (PDF 225.6 K)
 High Intensity Grade Reflective Products - Bulletin (PDF 540.9 K)
 High Performance Reflective Sheeting and Sign Life Cycle Flyer - Flyer (PDF 586.0 K)
 High Performance Sheeting Helps Improve Visibility & Safety - Flyer (PDF 353.8 K)

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