Wilflex Epic Top Score White Plastisol Ink
Wilflex™ Epic Top Score is a series of premixed athletic colors designed to meet the changing demands in the athletic market by delivering a solution for printing on polyester substrates that require low cure temperature.
- Compliant with CPSIA 2008 (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) Section 101, lead content in substrates (<100 ppm lead), 16 CFR, part 1303, lead in paint (<90 ppm lead) and CPSIA 2008, Section 108, Phthalates
- Epic series: Eco-passport certified (oeko-tex).
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For optimal bleed resistance, print Wilflex Epic PolyWhite, the most bleed-resistant white in the Wilflex line. As under base. Set the dryer belt at the highest possible speed while still ensuring that the ink film reaches 300°F (149°C). For an optimal stretch, print Epic Performance White as under base. Set the dryer belt at the highest possible speed while still ensuring that the ink film reaches 290°F (143°C).
Building a thick ink deposit on the polyester substrate provides additional bleed blocking power. To accomplish this. Use the following coating screen method with a wet-on-wet application: 1) Coat print side; 2) Coat squeegee side; 3) Coat print side; 4) Coat squeegee side. Always end coating on the squeegee side to push the emulsion to the print side. Dry screens with the print side facing the floor.
If printing on a hard metal surface, use a palette covering to allow for a softer printing surface. Polyester fabrics are likely to have dye migration issues and may require the use of additional bleed blocker. Such as Epic Performance Underbase Gray. To determine a material's bleed potential. Please reference the testing procedures outlined in the Wilflex User Manual.
Flash at 220°F (105°C) and cure at 290°F (143°C).
Ink degradent or press wash.
Store at 65-90°F (18-32°C), avoiding direct sunlight. Use within one year of manufacturing date.