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566PF Rapid White

566PF Series Rapid White is Excalibur’s newest technology premium white plastisol ink for printing on 100% cotton garments. Rapid White increases production as it flashes faster than any Excalibur white ink. An optical brightener formulated into Rapid White gives finished prints an extremely bright white appearance making it a perfect choice as an underbase and highlight white in simulated process prints.. Because Rapid White contains no blowing agents, finished prints will have a smooth surface making overprint colors or stand-alone white prints look more pleasing.. Even though Rapid White shears quickly and becomes easy to print, it maintains its coverage throughout the entire ink run.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS
• High-opacity fast-flashing ink for manual and automatic presses.
• Creamy, easy-printing consistency produces sharp prints through high-mesh counts.
• Brilliant white ink for optimum brightness making prints stand out on dark fabrics.
• Completely phthalate-free and lead-free formulation complies with all standards of Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) banning phthalates and heavy metals in textile-printing inks.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Gel Temperature: Ink will surface gel at 240° F (116° C).
Curing: Prints will fully heat cure when the entire ink film reaches 320°F (160°C).
Heat Transfers: Rapid White may be used in printing cold peel transfers.
Mesh: For direct printing a 40-305/inch (16T-122Tcm) may be used. For printing heat transfers an 80-125/inch (32T-50T cm) provides excellent results.
Stencil: Any stencil compatible with plastisol inks may be used.
Modification: Because plastisol inks are thixotropic and can body up during storage always stir ink thoroughly prior to printing or adding reducers. If necessary 501PF Curable Reducer or 502PF Viscosity Reducer may be added increase printability of ink and to help clean ink from the screen. CAUTION: Adding too much 501PF Curable Reducer will reduce opacity and bleed-resistance and adding too much 502PF Viscosity Reducer can affect the curing of the ink.
Squeegee: 70 durometer or 90/70/90 triple durometer blades are recommended.
Printing Techniques: A print/flash/print technique may be necessary to produced desired results on dark garments.
Clean-up: Use Enviro Series 2000 Green or Enviro Series TR Blend.

CAUTION
Always test finished prints for curing, adhesion and desired look prior to beginning full production runs. Lancer Group International cannot guarantee the results or back claims that this mixed ink will test phthalate-free if any additive other than an additive manufactured by Lancer Group International is used to modify this ink. Test results by a third-party laboratory verifying all components used to produce this ink are phthalate-free and lead-free are available upon request.