The Monokan ink system is the result of long research into achieving the excellent adhesion properties normally related to a two pot ink system in a one pot system. Monokan is a blocked catalyst system, which means that the ink remains quite stable in the can, but after printing, the catalyst reacts to improve adhesion and general product resistance. Maximum adhesion and product resistance will be achieved after (7) days air curing, however final cure of the product can be accelerated by heat curing the print for a period of 10 minutes at 93 Deg.C (250 Deg.F) in either gas fired or infrared ovens.
Independent testing laboratories have reported that substrates printed with Monokan inks that have been post coated with our Two Pack Urethane coating system (Pro-Pack) have withstood extreme outdoor exposure tests without showing signs of major colour change or fade.
We consider the Monokan system to be superior to any like product currently available to the Australian screen process printer.
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