|Country of Origin||Made in India|
|Type||Emboss Die Ink|
Discharge Binder for textile printing suitable for printing on cotton fabrics dyed with dischargeable dyestuff. The product allows to obtain very bright colours on dark fabrics using suitable pigments. The main characteristics are: soft hand feel , discharge reaction deep and uniform, wet-on-wet printability, superior colours brightness. The result in discharge reaction and the quality of the final print depends on the quality of the dyestuff used to dye. This DIscharge comes with White and Clear. Fabric
Mesh and Screen Making:
- Cotton and Cotton Blend dyed with vinyl sulfone reactive dyestuff also known as Remazol dyes, this makes the dyes much longer-lasting in water! with good to excellent discharging level.
Use only water resist direct in direct emulsion.
- Over expose stencil are recommended for assurance of stencil the durability. Under expose stencil may cause pinhole leaking.
- Mesh recommended range from 39T (100) to 77T (200) metric counts. Finer mesh is for detail and normally will be chosen as the last screen color.
- Screen tension for manual machines should not be lesser than 20 Newton. As for automatic machine always use no lesser than 30 Newton. Low Screen tension will result in smearing and low detail print.
- Discharge Paste will release off odor and can be irritating and revulsion to many people during the discharging take place. Therefore a good ventilated and exhaust system dryer are recommended. The discharging temperature is at 150Â°C and the completion of the discharging and color polymerization will take a minimum of 120 seconds. Minimum airflow recommended is 2500 cfm to assure that the print will not retain odors and unwanted residue.
- Squeegee hardness recommended for wet on wet printing should not be more than 65 sore and not less than 50 sore. A double hardness squeegee will be good.
- Always print the darkest color first. The lightest color need to be printed last for excellent color brightness. Flood screen after every print stroke for good ink deposit when printing. Use low squeegee pressure for a maximum ink deposit on fabric. High squeegee pressure will cause poor quality discharging, heavy color penetrate through the fabric and makes hand feel harder. Cure the printed garment immediately into the dryer once printing completed.