Ryonet RXP Dual Cure Emulsion - qt.
The RXP dual cure diazo emulsion is a bright pink color, fast drying, dual cure photo emulsion. It is also a forgiving emulsion. The exposure time of RXP is a bit longer, creating a larger window of time for proper exposure and reducing the chance of over or under-exposing emulsion. It has a high solid content, allowing for easy build-up and a thicker stencil. It is extremely durable and resistant to pinholes. RXP also gives you high resolution exposures with great definition. Added Diazo gives some solvent and water resistance, but this emulsion works best with plastisol inks. If you plan to use with discharge or water based inks we recommend using WBP water based and plastisol hybrid emulsion.
NOTE: This emulsion comes with a bottle of Diazo.
Features and Benefits:
- Has a 44% solids content.
- Includes Diazo sensitizer and instructions.
Active Additive: Diazo.
First activate your Diazo with room temperature water. Once the Diazo mixture has dissolved, add the entire mixture to the emulsion and mix thoroughly. Allow the emulsion to stand for at least 30 minutes to ensure any air bubbles introduced during mixing are released. Be sure to use the entire bottle of Diazo for the entire container of emulsion. The ratios have been specially selected for proper chemistry. Once the Diazo has been mixed, it is ready for use. Reclaiming RXP pink is easy and works with most stencil removers or reclaimers that are available in concentrate and ready-to-use formulas. Follow proper instructions for reclaiming.
- Unmixed: 6-8 months.
- Mixed: 2-3 months.
Helpful Hints to Ensure Your Emulsion Lasts Longer Once Mixed:
- Always use distilled water to mix the Diazo sensitizer.
- Keep in a cool, if left in heat or allowed to freeze the emulsion will expire.
- Keep the emulsion lid on tight to preserve air and light leaks.
- Gently mix the emulsion each time before use to help extend the life.
- To ensure best results, date your emulsion once mixed and keep an extra container on hand once the emulsion is about to expire.
Please note: Environmental factors such as temperature and humidity can cause emulsion to expire more quickly.