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TX-D Emulsion for Water Based, Plastisol and Discharge Ink - GALLON

TX-D Emulsion for Water Based, Plastisol and Discharge Ink - Gallon


 
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TX-Discharge Water Resistant Emulsion - Gallon

ProChem TX-Discharge is a high viscosity Diazo Sensitized Pure-Photopolymer Emulsion recommended for plastisol, water-based, and discharge inks. ProChem TX-Discharge has excellent water resistance. Diazo is added normally, first by adding room temperature water, agitating, and then adding the solution to the emulsion. Allow the emulsion to stand for at least 2 hours to ensure any air bubbles introduced during mixing are released. Reclaiming is easy with any of our emulsion stencil removers, which are available in concentrate and ready to use formulas. *Handle in light safe conditions and make sure to store in a cool dry place.

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awesome June 2, 2018
Reviewer: Scott Renner from San Francisco, CA United States  
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TX-D Emulsion for Water Based, Plastisol and Disch September 26, 2014
Reviewer: Dave from Seattle, WA United States  
TX-D
Is the best, everyone has there favorite Emulsion I've used to use the Plastisol only version of this emulsion but now I can make pastisol prints on shirts then I can take the screen to my washout area clean the ink out, degrease and rinse with water, dry ,and now I can print posters with water based ink.

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