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Screen Printing Emulsion Plus7000 Top screen (500gr)

Screen Printing Emulsion
Product Code: Plus7000-500
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Screen Printing Emulsion

Ready to use Screen Printing Emulsion Plus7000 Top screen (500gr) is a very high quality, medium/high solids emulsion that is resistant to both water and solvent based inks. For incision screen printing frames. Excellent definition and ease of use.


  • Very high print quality, 34% solids.
  • The good water resistance also means that PLUS 7000 can be used in areas of high humidity with no softening.
  • Although universally resistant PLUS 7000 can also be decoated using Autostrip.

How to Coat a Screen with Emulsion for Screen Printing


  • Easy and forgiving to use, very good print definition, very tough, can be used with virtually any ink and can be decoated after printing.


  • PLUS 7000 is particularly recommended for applications where good print durability, print quality and easy removal after printing is required, such as:
  • Containers
  • Glass
  • Posters
  • Printed Circuit Boards
  • Self Adhesive Decals

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Super service après-vente je recommande ce site j'avais reçu une émulsion cassée mais on m'en a directement renvoyé une super service après-vente
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