Screen Sol QV Emulsion with sensitiser

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sku-170
£14.97 - £56.93 + VAT
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Description

This is also a dual-cure photoemulsion for plastisol ink. the emulsion is violet in colour. High definition for screens up to 120 T/cm mesh. It very good resistance to plastisol inks, waterbased inks and solvent based ink. Excellent stability on the screen. Suitable to work with any kind of light source. Easy reclaiming of the screen. Easy to use. Sensitize with diazo, add a small amount of water to the bottle with diazo in in order to dissolve the powder. The emulsion includes the required sensitiser and works well for beginners and advanced printers.

 

Features

  • High definition 
  • High resistance to inks (plastisol, waterbased and solvent) 
  • Easily reclaimable 
  • Easy to use 
  • Suitable for UV light or LED

 

Additives

Screen Chem Catalyst - (makes emulsion permenant)

 

How to use:

Add a small amount of water to diazo-sensitiser and shake well. Next, mix the whole dose with SCREEN-SOL QV and let it settle for approximately 2 hours to eliminate air bubbles or overnight would be preferred. Since it is a polymer emulsion we recommend you work in an area with yellow light even before adding Diazo.

Application:

We recommend you always degrease the mesh. As a general indication, we suggest you apply 1 or 2 coats of emulsion on the external face of the screen and 1 or 2 coats on the internal face, wet on wet, then a final dry coat on the inside of the screen to push the emulsion to the back of the screen.

Drying:

We advised that you dry the screen in a ventilated oven, in horizontal, at 30-35°C for 20-30 minutes according to the coating thickness, do not use too much heat.

Exposure

Lamp type, distance from lamp to screen, mesh type and coating thickness can affect exposure time. To determine the correct exposure time, we suggest you conduct some tests with an exposure calculator. Our suggestion: Lighting halogen: 5000W Application: 1-2 internal coats, 1-2 external coats Mesh 120T white 60 sec.

Pot life

If stored in its original container at a temperature between 15 and 25°C this product will preserve its characteristics for at least 1 year from the date of production, then once mixed it will preserve for 2-3 months from mixing. As always, these time and temperatures are guidelines, many aspects can affect the exposure times.

 

Clean up 

Please use Easiway 500 TO remove this emulsion or easiway supra for use with a dip tank. 

 

More information

If you would like more information then please give us a call on 0044 (0) 1562 829009 or use our Webchat or Email

 

Safety Data and Technical sheets click Here

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Reviews

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by Andy Bowler on 21st Sep 2018

    Works a treat and really good value for money! A+

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by Peter on 5th May 2018

    The best emulsion I've used to date. Will be purchasing more from Dave Roper in the future.

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by David steel on 29th Jan 2018

    Really like this emulsion good exposure and easy to clean out highly recommended this emulsion

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by Bob on 13th Oct 2017

    Exposes very well. Rinses out quickly with a minimum of water when properly exposed. Reclaims easily with virtually no staining, and again with a minimum of water. Stores very well in the fridge when sensitised, and is still usable for a longer period than most others I have tried.

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by Joseph Aston on 28th Jul 2017

    Always used this emulsion, never had any problems.

  • 5
    Customer review

    Posted by rik brookes on 21st Jul 2017

    This emulsion is really good quality and exposes faster than other brands I have used. It's the only emulsion I use now.