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Rutland Silky Cotton White
simulated print - actual color may vary

Rutland Silky Cotton White

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Part Number:RUT-EH9020-

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NOTICE - With the current availability of both Union and Rutland products, we are no longer able to offer this as a Free Shipping item.  As stock levels may vary, we encourage you to call to determine the availability of this item.  Please view our Texsouce branded products as a Free Shipping alternative.

NPT SILKY Cotton White is designed for maximum smoothness and opacity on cotton fabrics. NPT SILKY Cotton White is opaque, with excellent matting characteristics. This smooth, creamy consistency is easy to print with on both manual and automatic presses. NPT SILKY Cotton White is fast flashing, allowing for shorter dwell times and faster production rates. NPT SILKY Cotton White works well as a highlight white or a stand-alone white. 

Printing: For best results, flood the image and print using a sharp 70 durometer squeegee. A 65-90- 65 durometer squeegee may be used when a very heavy deposit is required. NPT SILKY Cotton White will print through screen meshes in the range of 86-305 MCI (32-120 MC cm). For smoothest deposit, use 160 MCI (62 MC cm) mesh or higher when necessary. Coarse meshes (86—110 MCI, 34-43 MC cm) are recommended for a thicker ink deposit which may be needed for heavy cotton fleece fabric. 

Additives: NPT SILKY Cotton White is a ready-to-print ink. Reduce, only if necessary, using curable reducer. Reducing the viscosity will also reduce the opacity and coverage of the ink. Please test before production run. 

Flashing: Parameters vary between all flash units. Flash for 2-3 seconds with the ink deposit reaching 150-250°F (65-121°C). Ink should be dry and without tack. Warning: Over flashing can cure the ink and prevent adhesion between coats of ink. 

Curing: Cure at 320°F (160°C) over a 60-90 second period, depending on oven type and thickness of ink deposit. A thicker deposit will take longer to cure as the heat must penetrate through the entire ink layer.

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