Triangle Tri Flex Multi Purpose 1112 Old Gold Plastisol Ink
Triangle Tri Flex Multi Purpose 1112 Old Gold Plastisol Ink

Triangle Tri Flex Multi Purpose 1112 Old Gold Plastisol Ink

Triangle 1112 Old Gold

Tri-Flex 1100 Series plastisol, is formulated for direct wet-on-wet printing of athletic and leisure garments and can also be used for the manufacture of plastisol transfers.

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Stock
For direct prints, knit and woven T-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, fleece goods, and bandanna stock may all be used. All popular types of transfer release papers may be used to produce cold peel transfers.

Color Availability
Standard Pigment Colors consist of over 60 in stock items including Process and Fluorescent Colors . Specialty items are available, which include Crystalina, Phosphorescent (Glow in the dark), Silver and Gold Glitter, Metallic Colors, and a full line of Shimmer Sparkle Colors.
 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Tri-Flex 1100 series, plastisol is formulated for direct wet-on-wet printing of athletic and leisure garments and also may be used for the limited manufacture of Hot-Peel plastisol transfers. This Series comprises our most extensive range of standard colors, Non-Fluorescent and Fluorescent, Metallics, Glitters and other effects.

STOCK: For direct prints, knit and woven T-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, fleece goods, and bandanna stock may all be used. All popular types of transfer release papers may be used to produce cold peel transfers. Hot Peel transfers can also be achieved with the use of Hot-Peel paper.

STENCILS: All types of solvent resistant emulsions are suitable.

SCREEN MESH: An 110T monofilament is the popular choice; direct printing may also employ the use of mesh sizes 60T to 280T monofilament or equivalent.

CURING: 315° F TO 330°F depending on ink deposit, fabric type, ink color and dryer efficiency. Failure to properly cure is the primary reason for ink adhesion failure. Thick ink deposits do require more energy (longer dwell time) to cure, similarly a 100% cotton fabric because of its high moisture content will reduce curing efficiency compared to a 50/50 cotton polyester mix. Dark colors absorb heat and cure faster than light colors. Colors, which reflect heat–metallics, glitters and shimmers, also require more energy to properly cure. Finally the use of a Forced Air Dryer is far more efficient for thorough cure than the use of a Radiant Heat Unit.

WASH-UP: Spray Wipes, Ink Degradents, etc.

STORAGE PROCEDURE: Store at room temperature. Keep away from he

Full Description

Stock
For direct prints, knit and woven T-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, fleece goods, and bandanna stock may all be used. All popular types of transfer release papers may be used to produce cold peel transfers.

Color Availability
Standard Pigment Colors consist of over 60 in stock items including Process and Fluorescent Colors . Specialty items are available, which include Crystalina, Phosphorescent (Glow in the dark), Silver and Gold Glitter, Metallic Colors, and a full line of Shimmer Sparkle Colors.
 

Technical Specifications

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Tri-Flex 1100 series, plastisol is formulated for direct wet-on-wet printing of athletic and leisure garments and also may be used for the limited manufacture of Hot-Peel plastisol transfers. This Series comprises our most extensive range of standard colors, Non-Fluorescent and Fluorescent, Metallics, Glitters and other effects.

STOCK: For direct prints, knit and woven T-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, fleece goods, and bandanna stock may all be used. All popular types of transfer release papers may be used to produce cold peel transfers. Hot Peel transfers can also be achieved with the use of Hot-Peel paper.

STENCILS: All types of solvent resistant emulsions are suitable.

SCREEN MESH: An 110T monofilament is the popular choice; direct printing may also employ the use of mesh sizes 60T to 280T monofilament or equivalent.

CURING: 315° F TO 330°F depending on ink deposit, fabric type, ink color and dryer efficiency. Failure to properly cure is the primary reason for ink adhesion failure. Thick ink deposits do require more energy (longer dwell time) to cure, similarly a 100% cotton fabric because of its high moisture content will reduce curing efficiency compared to a 50/50 cotton polyester mix. Dark colors absorb heat and cure faster than light colors. Colors, which reflect heat–metallics, glitters and shimmers, also require more energy to properly cure. Finally the use of a Forced Air Dryer is far more efficient for thorough cure than the use of a Radiant Heat Unit.

WASH-UP: Spray Wipes, Ink Degradents, etc.

STORAGE PROCEDURE: Store at room temperature. Keep away from he

MSDS

Triangle 1112 Old Gold MSDS