Garment Printing Chemical Of Photoemulsion
||Water resistant Diazo-photoemulsion
Movicol-800 is used for the production of stencils which are
resistant to aqueous printing media and plastisol inks. Mainly
used for T shirt and ceramic printing. Easily decoatable.
Sensitizing: Photo emulsion With Diazo
The coating of the screen generally begins from the printing side in
order to fill the mesh openings. Only then begin with the
build-up from the squeegee side. 2-1,2-2,
The screen must be dried thoroughly before exposing to
achieve the highest ink resistance. This should preferably be
done in a dust-free drying-chamber with fresh-air inlet at
temperatures of between 30- 35íC.
The stencil is created by UV-light hardening of the
non-printing stencil parts. expose with blue actinic light at
a wave length of 350-420nm. A metal halide lamp provides the
best results. Due to the many variables that determine the
actuai exposure time, accurate exposure times cannot be given.
Optimum copying results can only be achieved by taials (step
exposure) for best resistances.please choose an exposure time
which is as long as possible. Thai maximum exposure time must
still allow reproduction of fine details.
Stencils made using movicol also permit long runs when printing with
aqueous inks without post-treatment. Under extreme circumstances.
The screen can additionally be post-hardened with our Marktex
Please note that the printing resistance of a screen printing stencil is
influenced by a lot of parameters mesh, coating technique, drying,
exposure time furthermore, a lot of printing media and printing
machines are being used in practice which have not all been tested by
1 year at 20-25íC in tighly closed original container.
Screens coated in advance. Approx. 4 weeks at 20íC
and in complete darkness. It is advisable to dry again at 35-40íC prior
Shelf Life: 12 months, if container is properly
Packing: 5 Kgs with Diazo
Photoemulsion Garment Printing Chemical Of Photoemulsion & Screen Frame Adhesive Photo Emulsion Engraving Chemicals Movicol-800 (Photoemulsion With Daizo)