Fotechem 2100 Emulsion Hardener
The chemical hardening (curing, catalyzing) of ready-to-print stencils results in permanent, no longer reclaimable screens. The stencil becomes more water resistant too.
Depending on the type of emulsion and the type of FOTECHEM Hardener the durability of the screen is more or less completed.
Basically water resistant screens (for textile printing) are thoroughly and completely hardened after the treatment.
Solvent resistant screens become water resistant.
Dual-cure (polymer) screens can undergo a negative effect by becoming brittle unless water based inks are used.
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