White inks regarding the finest quality are critical to display printers. They are the day-to-day workhorse of this industry, and International Coatings acknowledges their particular value with an eye to delivering a range of the best white plastisol inks offered.
711 and 714 pound (low-bleed) HP (high-pigment) inks tend to be fast-flashing, low-fusing, low-tack white plastisols. These truly white whites have a creamy viscosity, are easy to print and require less stress than other whites to print through display. 711 and 7014 Lo-Bleed HP White inks emit no objectionable odor, have no bleaching representatives and their performance is recognized as superior to other low-bleed inks.
741 Ultra minimal Bleed White is regarded as International Coatings' lowest-bleed white inks, formulated for tough-to-print polyester or polyester combination fabrics. (As with all low-bleed inks, preprint and test all fabrics for dye migration, ink adhesion, wash fastness along with other desired properties before you begin any production.)
771 LB HP white is a fast-flashing, low-fusing, extremely pigmented ink. 771 is created designed for under-base publishing through fine mesh counts - essential in the printing of simulated and four-color process designs on dark materials. 771 ink is a really "white" white. It emits no objectionable odors, contains no bleaching representatives and it is superior in performance to other low-viscosity, low-bleed inks.
Ultra White 7031 and 7034 are superior, high-pigment, low-bleed white inks created for ultra-high-speed automated publishing. 7034 provides faster fusing than 7031. Both inks are very creamy, short-bodied and low-tack and offer greatly enhanced shear for ease of printing. Ultra White 7031 and 7034 are very well fitted to high-definition and -resolution, fine-detail and half-tone publishing. They deliver faster production rates with less stress and may be printed through finer mesh counts.
7032 Cotton White is increased pigment (HP), white plastisol screen printing ink to be used on 100percent cotton fiber textiles. Its creamy viscosity makes the ink super easy to printing. Less pressure is necessary to print the ink through finer screen meshes. 7032 Cotton White is specifically developed to withstand ghosting or fabric discoloration.
The 7033 Lo-Bleed White is a highly pigmented (opaque), low-bleed white plastisol publishing ink formulated for printing on cotton fiber and cotton/poly combination textiles. The ink will not consist of any bleaching representatives and is superior in performance to other low-bleed inks.
7038 Cotton White is a rather economically listed high pigment (HP) white plastisol ink for usage on 100percent cotton fiber materials. Featuring its creamy persistence, the ink is very simple to printing, calling for less pressure to print the ink through finer screen meshes. 7038 Cotton White is also developed to withstand ghosting and material discoloration.
The 7040 Blocker gray is an exceptional bleed-blocking ink particularly formulated for use as an underneath base for printing on dark or light-colored cotton/poly combinations or 100percent polyester textiles. This ink is a Phthalate-Free product. As its name alludes to, the ink is light grey without white in color. 7040 Blocker gray is an extremely pigmented, very opaque ink that is extremely creamy and short-bodied with reasonable tack for simple publishing.
7041 Paramount White™ is an Ultra Lo-Bleed, Phthalate-Free white plastisol ink with superior bleed-blocking properties. The 7041 features a very creamy viscosity, is reasonable fusing, fast blinking with low tack for ease of publishing. It really is developed specifically for 100per cent cotton fiber, cotton/poly blends, or polyester textiles. 7041 Paramount White does not include any bleaching agents and provides superior overall performance in accordance with various other low-bleed inks.