Screen Printing Leather Paper,
European Blue, European Cream,
Screen printing Paper
Areas of Use: It is applied in textile products, imitation leather manufacturing and on various materials.
It can be in the sizes of 50 x 70 – 70 x 100, or as coil.
It has a matt appearance. It can be cut in various sizes based on the need.
It can be printed only by using plastisol dye.
It can be shaped hot or cold after pressing.
The weight of the paper is 160 grams. The product can be prepared according to the desired number and sizes.
PRESSING PROPERTIES SCREEN PRINTED PLASTISOL TRANSFER PROPERTIES
- Plastisol dyes are materials with a PVC texture that involve oil. During drying, they get rid of some of that oil and have a plasticlike state.
- Plastisol paints are free of azo, formaldehyde, phthalates and heavy metals.
- Screen printing is a process where pictures, images, writings etc. are created with some operations on a surface that is perforated, then they get printed on various surfaces and copied by the stripping of the paint.
- There is a color limitation for screen printed transfers.
- SPOT colors are used.
- Enables the exact same color printing for TP, TP and C pantones.
- Enables the printing of patterns with very thin lines.
- Enables the printing of materials like glit, fluorescence and pearl.
- It has the ability to be pressed with a degree of 130 to 170 depending on the material.
- It can be washed at 30 degrees (it has lower washing and friction endurance when compared to waterbased printings).
- It has a soft palpation.
- It can be applied on paper or polyester film depending on the desire.
- PRESS HEAT / Cº 130º – 170º
- PRESSURE / OVERPRESSURE 45 bar
- SECOND 1215
- HOT COLD PAPER OPENING
SOME POINTS TO CONSIDER DURING APPLICATION
- During application, it should be made sure that the printed side of the paper is facing the fabric and the correct side of the fabric is being printed.
- It should be made sure that the press is on the right temperature. Cold temperatures prevent the adhesion of transfer to the fabric. High temperatures damage the painting on the paper.
- According to the press manual, the right range of temperature should be determined.
- Pressure should be arranged depending on the correct adherence of transfer paper to the fabric.
- Seconds should be determined according to the convenience of both the fabric and the transfer.
- The manual should be taken into consideration while peeling the paper off the fabric surface.
During the application of transfer printing;
- The fabric should be observed in the cases of hauloff, etiolating or color changing.
- The product that has been transferred onto fabric should be examined in terms of its adhesion, flexibility and press quality; then,
the process can continue.
During the washing test;
- Washing should be done 36 hours after the application of transfer printing onto the fabric.
- The product with the printing should be washed inside out.
- It should be tested at 40 degrees for machine washing.
- There should be a gap of 12 hours minimum for two or more washings.
- Should be kept at room temperature below 25 Cº.
- Should not be kept in humid environments.
- Should not be exposed to sunlight (UV)
- The shelf life of Offset Transfer paper is 5 years when the proper preservation conditions are available.
- The minimization of problems related to the transfer paper can be achieved through the attention to application requirements.
NOTE: Screen Printing paper can only be printed by using plastisol dye. Its surface can be cream, white or blue.