SSV-FF Fast Fusion Russell Purple

Wilflex SSV (Silk Screen Vinyl) is a plastisol screen printing ink formulated for direct screen applications on textiles. Wilflex SSV is ideal for athletic printing because it has excellent abrasion resistance, elongation and tensile strength. Wilflex SSV has minimal after-flash tack and works well in applications requiring heavy deposits and multiple ink layers. SSV may be heat transferred from release paper to garment and also may be used as a flock adhesive.

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SSV-FF Fast Fusion Russell Purple -  
 
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$66
1L

GJS Code: 703101

Manuf. Code: 50400SSVFF

Unit Weight: 1.2kg

SSV-FF Fast Fusion Russell Purple -  
 
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$145
3.8L

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SSV-FF Fast Fusion Russell Purple

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