1-STEP Emulsion Remover and Ink Cleaner
1-STEP Emulsion Remover and Ink Cleaner, Reclaimer, Haze Remover and Degreaser is four products combined into one product. Whihc makes it very economical and convenient way to perform all those functions in one step.
1-STEP Emulsion Remover and Ink Cleaner reclaims Emulsions and Direct capillary film, Blockout and cleans the pallet adhesive as well.
- As a stripper it dissolves and removes direct emulsion and capillary film.
- As an Ink Degradent it removes the plastisol inks from the screen by dissolving the textile inks.
- 1-STEP cleans ink by slowly degrading the plastisol ink, The excess Plastisol ink must be removed by a rag or sharp squeegee before submersing the screens in the Dip Tank for few minutes.
- ONE STEP may be used by spraying the screen with Plastisol and emulsion and rubbing by a rag or scrub brush and power washing it.
- Color: Pale Yellow
- PH: 9.5
- VISCOSITY: 150 CPS
Highlights for 1-Step Emulsion Remover:
- Very low VOCs
bio-degradable and safe product.
- concentrated liquid and three (water) to 2 1-STEP) mixture is recommended. But customers have added as much as 4 to 1 ratio.
- offers economy and efficiency to do four functions in one procedure, thereby saves money and time
Remove the excess ink (very important) from the screen, apply ONE STEP Emulsion Remover on both
SIDES of the screen by spraying or with a brush or rag, let it stand for few minutes, scrub then
power wash. For dip tank use, scoop off excess ink soak for few minutes then scrub
and power wash. If haze or stains still remains on screen, use a
We recommend ONE STEP Emulsion Remover for Dip Tank use. The reason is that Plastisol ink cleaners (press wash, ink wash or ink degradants) are basically solvent based products. The majority of solvents dissolve or liquefy the Plastisol ink by separating PVC from the plasticizer in the mix.
The solvent in ONE STEP is an alcohol, compatible with the oxidizer; any other solvent will be attacked. The second reason for the recommendation of a Dip Tank is that the screen with ink and emulsion has to be soaked for few minutes and then requires power washing to get a clean screen. You can add up to five times water into the product and you would still have a strong cleaner and reclaimer.
Since ONE STEP is a water based product, the spray or wetting rug with the product procedure and cleaning the ink is not very advisable.