Plastisols are liquid at room temperature and must be heated to approximately 320°F -330°F internally to reach their maximum physical properties. Plastisol inks are composed of fine particles of PVC polymers or copolymer resins and a liquid plasticizer. Typical plastisol formulas will also contain stabilizers, fillers, thickeners and pigments.
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- Wilflex Epic Rio Product Information
- Wilflex Top Score TDS and Color Card
- IC 7600 RFU Plastisol Pantone Approximation
- International Coatings Printing Tips
- Printing with Meteor White
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- Cleaning a Screen- Plastisol Ink
- Storing Plastisol ink by International Coatings
- High Density Plastisol
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