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Wilflex Epic Lava Neon Green Plastisol Ink

by Wilflex
2 reviews
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Original price $113.95
Current price $104.83
SKU IKPL-LNGREEN-G
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Approximate Pantone® Value: 2420C

Wilflex™ Epic Lava is a non-phthalate finished ink formulated exclusively for Ryonet with a perfect balance of vibrant color, creaminess, and opacity for the best press performance and color design. Epic Lava's increased opacity helps printers get to color quicker on press even when using fine mesh screen sizes, saving printers ink and money.

Features:

  • Bold and vibrant colors.
  • Opaque.
  • Creamy Inks.
  • Soft hand prints.
  • Matte finish.
  • Wet-on-wet printing.
  • Short flash times, lower cure temperature.

WILFLEX™ COMPLIANCE INFORMATION

Details:

For single print colors, colors will reproduce best over white - light substrate or single white base plate on dark substrates. When direct printing over dark cotton, print-flash-print using lower mesh screens. For bleed resistance, use an under base white such as Wilflex Epic Polywhite.

Curing Instructions:

Flash at 220°F (105°C) for 3 - 5 seconds and cure at 320°F (160°C).

Clean Up:

Ink degradent or press wash.

Storage Information:

Store at 65-90°F (18-32°C), avoiding direct sunlight. Use within one year of manufacturing date.

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KB
11/02/2018
kathy b.
United States
Fca

I had a big job for a local school and FCA. I used this green over a white underbase and it turned out great. Really bright color. I ran it on an automatic but it seemed really smooth!

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11/03/2017
Gary
Neon Green Ink

It is thick. Had hard time printing through a 155 screen. Also I heated it up on dryer before printing, & mix well with a drill. I ending up having to put some reducer in it. After that it printed better.