Flexible-Curing Plastisol Inks
FlexCure line can be used as low- or standard-cure inks.
International Coatings has expanded its plastisol ink offerings to include FlexCure inks with a flexible curing range from 275 to 325 degrees F, which can be used with synthetic, polyester, and performance fabrics requiring a lower curing temperature. The FlexCure ink line – which is compatible with the company’s existing plastisols, including special effects inks – also features a new Cool White 7022 opaque low-bleed ink.
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