A Press Wash that is Environmentally-Sensitive and a Great Complement to Screen Frames

This is the answer to the questions we receive about which Press Wash to use. We’ve found that  PWG² 122 On-Press Wash (see video here) has proven to be a textile press wash that is environmentally conscious; safely conforming to regulations across the country, in particular, CA rules. It has been designed to work rapidly and efficiently on Plastisol Inks, quickly evaporating and leaving no solvent residue (or “slime” as some would refer to it) on the screen. PWG² 122 has a higher flash point than lacquer thinner, alcohols, ketones, etc. It is especially ideal for cleaning smeared or dried-in ink off the screen during a press run. This press wash has been termed “the perfect product to use for color changes on-press”.   Most importantly, PWG² 122 has a very pleasant smell, is biodegradable and non-flammable. It is a perfect choice for home-based printers as it can be safely disposed of once it has been wiped off the screen with a paper towel and becomes a solid waste.

Thanks for your comments regarding this news. You are encouraged to contact: RhinoTech directly @ info@rhinotechinc.com; or contact us at caps@naxs.net or caps-screenprinting.com; twitter.com/capsintlfacebook.com/capsinternational

800-330-5515 for manual screen printing equipment and supplies.

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CAPS International offers affordable, easy to operate, manual textile screen printing equipment. The latest technology features the new Essentials Equipment line of manual screen printers, UPS-shippable dryers, accessories and supplies. The compact equipment design offers space saving advantages in tight work areas. And the Transfer-Direct system using a heat transfer process offers solutions for special or short run projects
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