Spot On Jet Black Plastisol Ink
This Jet Black Plastisol ink is perfect when you need pitch black prints. This is a solid easy to print black. You will be able to use this ink to print onto cotton and cotton blend garments using either a manual or automatic screen printing press. Please stir well before use.
Screen Mesh Guidelines
Can be used with mesh counts between 34-90t(UK) / 86-230t(US).
Printing instructions and Squeegee durometer
First of all, lower the screen and load it with plenty of ink. Ensure the off contact is set correctly according to the garment you are printing, use the thickness of a pound coin as a guide. If you have just printed a t-shirt and then moving on to print a hoodie you may need to adjust the off contact slightly. Using a sharp squeegee with a durometer of 55+ push or pull (your preference) the ink at a 45° angle over the print.
This ink will require the curing time of 1-2 minutes at the temperature of 160-165°.
To clean up this ink please use Easiway 842 Screen and Press Wash.
Avoid the contact with skin and eyes. Use according to industrial standards. Keep containers tightly closed after use. Store in a dry place and prevent from freezing.
Curable Reducer to reduce the viscosity without compromising the flash cure time
Puff Additive to create a suede or puff effect
Soft Hand Base to produce an even softer print
Fiber Bond to improve wash fastness
Always print a test sample of your design and check if the ink is cured. Also, we recommend wash tests for every print job. You will be able to wash this at 40°C. Keep the wash test as reference in case a customer has a query later on.
General Health and Safety Precautions
Wear protective gloves and protective work clothes.
Please see Safety Data Sheet and Technical Data Sheet for more information.
If you require any more information or would like to talk to one of our technical experts please give us a call on 01562 829009.
If you purchase 30 tubs or more the order will arrive on a pallet.
These are only guidelines, actual requirements may differ slightly due to your design and other variables.