No PVC, No Phthalates, No Heavy Metals, No Solvents. No restricted chemicals or materials.
Safe for Children’s Wear
Similar hand feel to dye discharge without the hazards
Meets next to skin regulations
No Sulphur emissions
No V.O.C.’s (commonly found in water and solvent based inks)
No stencil breakdown
Zero waste from evaporation or water mold
Ability to achieve greater opacity thru higher mesh counts than with plastisol
Will not dry in or “choke” screens
Ability to produce special effect such as puff, high density, jelly prints etc.)
Can be printed through 110 to 305/inch (43T to 122T/cm) mesh.
Unlimited shelf life
No shipping restrictions
Stencil: All types, but we recommend using a Phthalate free emulsion.
Mesh: 6505 Process Base can be printed thru 110 to 305/inch (43T to 122T/cm)
Reducer: 6501 Curable Reducer or 6502 Viscosity Reducer. 6501 Curable Reducer can be used in virtually any quantity. Excessive amounts will affect the opacity. 6502 Viscosity Reducer should be used in limited quantities of 2-4% by weight. The addition of excessive amounts of 6502 Viscosity Reducer will increase the curing times. Reducers will increase ink flow and help reduce build up. Excessive amounts of 6502 will increase curing time. **Please note that inks should be thoroughly stirred prior to printing, inks are thixotropic and will naturally reduce with stirring.
Squeegee: Use a medium (70) durometer as a minimum, but a triple durometer (70/90/70) is optimal.
Curing: 6505 Process Base will cure at a temperatures between 300-330F (150- 166C) depending on the thickness of the ink film. Adjust belt speed as necessary to avoid scorching. The entire thickness of ink must reach said temperature to achieve a full cure. Tests for product compatibility should always be conducted prior to production runs.