• Fusion 180° Ink

    1. Background information: A high-end ink that is made to print on heat sensitive products such as polyester, soft vinyl material substrate, acrylic, polypropylene non-woven, artificial leather, nylon (polyamide), as well as 100% cotton and 50/50(sweatshirt).
    2. How it Works: Direct application onto the garment substrates and cures at 180°F to 240°F (83°C to 116°C) depending on the ink deposit. The ink can also be cured with the flash in 4 seconds at 450°F degrees. (232°C) The fusion temperature of Fusion 180° is lower than 300°F(149°C) Due to the ultra low temperature, Fusion 180° plastisol is the safest ink to use for operators than any plastisol ever made.
    3. Feel/Look: The ink is flexible and soft. Fusion 180° prints are bright and match the mock up provided by our team. The ink has excellent opaque on dark color garment.
    4. Ease of use: The ink gels at low flash temperatures for easy use with multi-color printing. Does not require a catalyst. Does not build up on screen.
    5. Adhesion: Extra-ordinary strong on every substrate without a catalyst.
    6. Application: Abroad for most heat sensitive substrates, polyester windbreaker, PVC product, Polypropylene non-woven, nylon (polyamide), acrylic, and synthetic substrates.
    7. Viscosity: The ink has low viscosity. There is pseud plastic behavior at low temperature. The ink maintains Newtonian Viscosity at room temperature. It can be used through fine meshes.
    8.  Mesh Range: 86/Inch to 305/Inch (33/cm to 120 cm European) printable without viscosity modification.
    9. Dye Thermo-Migration Resistance: Superb and versatile due to ultra low thermo-fusion properties.
    10. Fiber Blockade: Impressively Suppressive. Effectively, cured ink film controls fiber fibrillation very well. There is a smooth and dense uniform layer on every substrate including untreated cotton garments.
    11. Heat Build-up Reduction: Excellent due to built lubrication
    12. Health Issue: minimized by preventing the elimination of toxic atoms from PVC Polymer and the formation of Hydro-Chloride Gas. Hydro-Chloride Gas (called HCI) is a unavoidable byproduct of PVC polymer during high temperature between 300°F and 380°F (149°C and 194°C) HCI is considered as a Dioxin that is categorized as a Group 1 Carcinogen by The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) HCI is created during all phases of PVC production due to very High Fusion Temperature. High Temperature Fusible PVC products have irreparably harmed the health of thousands of workers related to PVC Production and process.
    13. Phthalate Acid 100% Phthalate Free
    14. Smoke  & Flame Retardance: No smoke and good Flame Retardance
    15. Breathing Air Quality in working area: very comfortable
    16. Energy Consumption & Bill: Drastically reduced. Fusion 180 can eliminate the need for a gas dryer for conventional fabrics completely due to the ability to cure with a flash.
    17. Space: The elimination of dryers with long belts save space on the production floor.
    18. Production Time: Much faster than High Thermo-fusion Plastisol
    19. Flux of VOC: Very little at average level of 0.034%

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