Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Why use Nomant Industrial screen printing inks?

Company detail Established in 2002, NOMANT INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT LIMITED. located in Dongguan City Guangdong Province and have convenient transportation access ,is a professional manufacturer engaged in R&D and selling oil based plastisol ink /paste and water based printing Ink/paste (Cotton Ink/cotton paste, Jean Ink/paste, Swimsuit Ink/paste, Bronzing Ink/paste, Foil ink/paste, Flocking Ink/paste, Discharge Ink/paste, Puff Ink/paste, Silicone Ink/paste, Cracking Ink/paste, Burnt-out Ink/paste, Nylon Ink/paste, Sublimation Ink /paste ,etc). Its brand NOMANT is famous home and abroad ,has win a great deal of clients from USA ,India,PK, Middle east, Bangladesh, Russia, Africa and so on.She is the only one parner of the Shanghai world expo in this film,and become the first one member of the CCTV in China (the most authoritative media ) among the printing material film. We own the most advanced lab funded by our country ,and the most advantced self-autometic respect machine in this film.From the resin to the paste and ink ,all produce by ourslves,and all the products have passed SGS,ISO9001,ISO2000. Product name water based printing paste Packing 25KG/drum for white, 20KG/drum for clear Application Suitable for waterproof fabric, mercerized cotton, nylon, TPU, PU etc. Features 1. High elasticity 2. Extra fastness 3. SGS detecting passed, no PVC, no heavy metal, no NPEOs Mix proportion Light: White printing paste 70-80% + Clear printing paste 20-30% + pigment ?% Deep: White printing paste 20-30% + Clear printing paste 70-80% + pigment ?% Attentions 1. Please drying paste surface with cold air each time before re-printing. 2. The pigment is max 12%, otherwise it’ll be easily faded. Printing process 1. Printing with clear printing paste for 1-2 times 2. Mixing with white printing paste, clear printing paste, pigment and stirring them evenly. 3. Printing again for 3-4 times (3-4 scrapes per time). 4. Drying it in room temperature, or baking for 1-3 minutes under 150-180℃ 5. Finish.

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