Triangle STA-True Low Bleed 1701 Phoenix White Plastisol Ink- 100% Cotton & 50/50 Blends
Triangle Phoenix White Plastisol Ink is a high opacity, bleed resistant ink that performs extremely well on 50/50 cotton- poly blends. Its creamy consistency allows this product to work well on automatic presses without any buildup concerns. Very versatile ink that can be used as an under base, stand alone or highlight white.
$34.99 – $429.99
Sta-True 1700 Series plastisol is formulated for printing on polyester and 50/50 polyester/cotton blends for minimal bleed where normal plastisol films would be discolored due to the fabric dyes bleeding into the screen printed film.
Polyester and 50/50 polyester/cotton blends.
Direct prints on knit and woven t-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, fleece goods, and bandanna material.
Note: This product should always be tested with the garment when printing on 100% polyester before use.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Sta-True 1700 series plastisol is formulated for printing on polyester and 50/50 polyester/cotton blends forminimal bleed where normal plastisol films would be discolored due to the fabric dyes bleeding into the screen printed film.
STOCK: Polyester and 50/50 polyester/cotton blends.
STENCILS: All types of solvent resistant emulsions are suitable.
SCREEN MESH: 110T monofilament is the popular choice, printers may also employ the use of mesh sizes 60T to 160T monofilament or equivalent.
CURING: 315º F TO 330º F depending on ink deposit, color and dryer efficiency.
WASH-UP: Press Washes, Ink Degradents, etc.
MIXING PROCEDURES: Stir well before using. For best results, do not add any reducers or additives to these inks.
CAUTION: It is necessary to pre-test all fabrics prior to production, due to the various dye application methods. Ink films must be cured properly to give good wash resistance and in some cases to prevent ‘post-bleed’ due to dye solubility. There is a tendency to undercure ink films to prevent dye migration due to heat, but this will only result in other problems. Some fabrics may need to be pre-heated to “set” the dyes – this is not altogether desirable, but will produce a more thorough cure due to moisture removal as well.
STORAGE PROCEDURE: Store at room temperature. Keep away from heat.