Fotecoat 1835 Solo Emulsion

Ready-to-use presensitized screen emulsion for the production of extra thick stencils.

Fotecoat 1835 Solo emulsion is a water-resistant, presensitized polymer screen emulsion for aqueous ink systems. Dark, high contrast purple in colour, this emulsion is characterised by its extra thick viscosity – similar to putty.

Suitable for the following print media: Plastisols, thermoplastics, silicones, textile inks, aqueous inks and adhesives, granulates, glitter, frit, special inks for ceramic tile printing, 3-D (high density) printing on jeans, baseball caps and T-shirts.

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$102
1kg

GJS Code: 500061

Manuf. Code: BFF

Unit Weight: 1.1kg

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