Fotecoat 1835 Solo Emulsion On Sale Now

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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GJS Code: 500061

Manuf. Code: BFF

Unit Weight: 1.1kg

* Sale ends Midnight 30 Mar 18. Only while stocks last.



Helpful staff, amazing turn-around on shipment - received within a day of the final Invoice (in North Queensland)! Thank you!

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Fotecoat 1835 Solo Emulsion

Remote technical support

If you have a problem with a computer setting or issue with your artwork, the GJS Support Team can remotely connect to your PC or MAC through the internet to see what is going wrong. It means that any small issue can be resolved quickly without the need for an onsite call. Simply have the GJS Print Support utility downloaded on your computer.
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