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Xenon 902QDC Dual Cure Emulsion
Xenon 902QDC Dual Cure Emulsion

Xenon 902QDC Dual Cure Emulsion

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XENON 902QDC Emulsion is a fast-drying Dual Cure photo emulsion. 902QDC is resistant to both solvent and water and can be used with all ink systems. Diazo is added in the normal way by first adding room temperature water, agitating before adding the solution to the emulsion, then allowing the emulsion to stand for at least 30 minutes to assure any air bubbles introduced during mixing are released. Reclaiming 902QDC is easy with Xenon Stencil Remover, which is available in paste and liquid form.  Diazo Sensitizer is included in the package.  

Exposure: Distance for the exposure should be about one and a half times the diagonal measurement of the artwork from point light sources. Yellow and orange mesh requires at least 50% more time than white mesh. The times given below are based on white mesh at approximately 40 inches. 

METAL HALIDE: 60 sec. / 3000 WATTS
CARBON ARC: 75 sec. / 60 AMPS
FLUORESCENT TUBES: 240 sec. / 40 WATTS     
Avoid freezing and heating 

COLOR: Blue / Lavender
SOLIDS: 40%
VISCOSITY: 6000 CPS AT 20 RMP-26C

NOTE - The product image is intended to show an approximate color of the product when applied to the screen.  Actual color may vary.  Product listing does not include screen and / or scoop coater.


Emulsion Exposure Differences
Proper screen exposure must take many factors into account – the emulsion type, coating thickness, exposure unit, etc.  As a general guideline for the different emulsion types (diazo, dual cure, and photopolymer) use these times as a reference. 

Photopolymer – These are typically the fastest exposing emulsions, with many exposing correctly from 30-50 seconds.  The shortest times can be seen when using a newer LED-type exposure unit. 

Dual Cure – If you have established a good exposure time with photopolymer emulsions, you can typically add 90 seconds (1.5 minutes) to that time for most dual cure emulsions.

Diazo - If you have established a good exposure time with photopolymer emulsions, you can typically add 210 seconds (3.5 minutes) to that time for most diazo emulsions.

These times will depend heavily on your exposure unit and should only be considered as a starting point. 


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This two part emulsion does magic, you wont regret paying $60 bucks for it. I really recommend it.
Reviewed by:  from NY. on 2/5/2015
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