Prior to printing, one must add up to 5% SILC9120 SXT CATALYST to any mixed Color. (only catalyze enough for up to 3 days of print production as the catalyst creates a pot life) Mix the catalyst thoroughly. For maximum opacity and brilliance of the colors, use print - flash - printmethodRecommendation:
Note: SXT inks normally require more flash time than plastisol inks. Do not apply to substrates that are dyed with sulfur dyes. Sulfur dyes cause a loss of adhesion. We recommend making the print screen with a double layer of emulsion to provide more ink film on the fabric with the initial print. Difficult fabrics like 100% Polyester, sublimated (camouflage) polyesters,etc. may require the use of SXT BLACK BARRIER as a first down base.Statement:
Union Ink does not knowingly add plasticizers containing the phthalates listed and outlined in California Bill 1108, CPSIA HR-4040 and Oeko-tex Standard 100. The plasticizers identified may include di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP), benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP), diisononyl phthalate (DINP), diisodecyl phthalate (DIDP), di-n-octyl phthalate (DnOP), (DIBP) Di-iso-butyl, and (DMP) Dimethylphthalate, including esters of ortho-phthalic acid and are not direct ingredients in the manufacture of our Non-Phthalate Inks. Union Ink does not test the final product for amounts of the aforementioned phthalate plasticizers and esters and encourages all users to conduct testing for their intended use.Disclaimer: Not all Union products are available in every country. Please check with your local representative for availability. The data presented in this leaflet are in accordance with the present state of our knowledge, but do not absolve the user from carefully checking all supplies immediately on receipt. We reserve the right to alter product constants within the scope of technical progress or new developments. The recommendations made in this leaflet should be checked by preliminary trials because of conditions during processing over which we have no control. Recommendations for use do not constitute a warranty, either express or implied, of the fitness or suitability of the products for a particular purpose.