International Coatings 108 Glow In The Dark Ink
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• 108LF* is a Glow-in-the-Dark (phosphorescent) plastisol screen printing ink that produces a bright, greenish glow when exposed to light and viewed in a darken area.
• 108LF can be used for direct print or cold peel transfer applications.
• Ready for use from the container. RECOMMENDED FABRICS
Cotton polyester and some cotton/polyester blends. Always test print fabric before beginning a production run. 108 must be printed over a white base or Puff. INK APPLICATION
Direct Prints: 108LF Glow-in-the-Dark ink should be used right from the container without any modifications. If thinning is required, use 1% to 5% by volume of 1110LF Curable Reducer. Adding too much reducer or other additives will diminish opacity and glow. Transfers (cold peel): It is important that the inks are only partially gelled, otherwise the inks will not have adequate adhesion during the final transfer application SCREEN MESH
60-230 t/in or 24-90 t/cm Monofilament Use 110-230 t/in or 43 –90 t/cm Monofilament for under basing. Any direct or indirect lacquer resistant emulsion. Use 35 to 70 micron capillary film for best results.
Recommend retensionable screen frames stretched from 20 to 40 newtons for best results. SQUEEGEE
65-70 Durometer: Sharp edge for light colored fabrics and beveled or sharp edge for dark fabrics. CURE TEMPERATURE
325°F (163°C) entire ink film. Test dryer temperatures before a production run. Wash test printed product before beginning production run.
Transfers: Gelation 225°F to 260°F (107°C to 127°C)
Mineral spirits or any environmentally friendly plastisol screen wash.
STORAGE OF INK
Recommend storage at 65°F to 90°F (18°C to 32°C). Avoid storage in CONTAINERS direct sunlight and moist, humid air.
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