SSV-FF Fast Fusion Navy Blue

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.

Order

To add product s to your shopping cart, enter the quantity next to the corresponding unit you wish to order and click the Add To Cart button down the page. Cick the to see more product information. All prices are in Australian Dollars and exclude GST.

SSV-FF Fast Fusion Navy Blue -  
 
Stock Availability is Loading P.O.A.
1L

GJS Code: 703111

Manuf. Code: 60000SSVFF

Unit Weight: 1.2kg

SSV-FF Fast Fusion Navy Blue -  
 
Stock Availability is Loading P.O.A.
3.8L

Related Documents

View Technical Support Documents

Testimonials

"

I am so surprised and impressed by how fast, convenient and also how incredibly helpful and friendly your company is. We′re so glad we found you! Thanks so much for being so professional!

Chilu Tong

"

I received immediate reply to questions & the response service provided was efficient by both management & staff. Service even for us small hobby operators is consistent and as good as the major customers would get, a great company to deal with

George Dragon
Read All Testimonials

Why Choose GJS

SSV-FF Fast Fusion Navy Blue

We will never compete with you

There are some distributors who both sell to their customers and simultaneously compete with them by offering printing services. GJS understands this is a clear conflict of interest and that is why it is company policy to never compete with you, our valued customer.
Read The Other Reasons

Further Information

If you require any further information on this product please click the button below and complete the form.

Request Further Information