Introducing the Bleed Resistant Plastisol Ink Series
Discover the exceptional Total Ink Solutions® BR Series, a cutting-edge phthalate-free plastisol ink renowned for its outstanding performance. Engineered with a high-opacity and bleed resistant formulation, this ink offers unparalleled vibrancy and an incredibly smooth texture, setting it apart as the creamiest ink in the industry. Garnering widespread acclaim from users nationwide, it has consistently been hailed as one of the finest inks available. Experience the buzz surrounding this remarkable product by incorporating it into your print shop today!
- Vibrant colors that captivate.
- Creamy texture for effortless printing.
- High opacity for impeccable results.
- Bleed resistant formulation for precise prints.
- Soft hand prints for a comfortable feel.
- Short flash times for increased efficiency.
The BR Series is expertly designed to accommodate both single and multiple color jobs. It excels when used with a print flash print technique on substrates composed of up to 50% cotton and 50% polyester. Its versatility shines through as it delivers consistent and impressive results across a spectrum of substrate colors, from light to dark. To maximize color vibrancy, we recommend using a white base when working with darker materials. For optimal bleed resistance, consider using an under base white like our 5 Star Bright White.
To achieve optimal results, follow these curing instructions: flash at 250°F (121°C) for 3-5 seconds, and then cure at a temperature range of 320°F (160°C) to 330°F (165°C).
Effortless Clean Up:
Simplify clean-up with our recommended ink remover, OPTIWASH 125, ensuring a smooth workflow.
Maintain a storage temperature between 65-90°F (18-32°C), away from direct sunlight. For peak performance, it is best to use the product within one year of the manufacturing date.
Rest easy knowing that our BR Series fully complies with the CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) of 2008. It adheres to the standards set forth in Section 101, ensuring substrates contain less than 300 ppm lead, and Section 108, meeting the requirements for phthalates (<0.1 dbp dehp).