Fluorescent Yellow Ready for Use (RFU) DI - 159
Fluorescent Yellow Ready for Use (RFU) DI - 159 | Low-Cure Plastisol Ink
Dynamic Ink Fluorescent Yellow DI-159 RFU (Ready for Use) is one of the premier plastisol screen printing inks for manual and automatic screen printing machines. It offers good opacity for printing on 50/50s, blends and cotton t-shirts. This DI ink is a low cure ink, curing at 270 - 280 degrees. Dynamic Ink RFU plastisol ink has bold and vibrant colors and a soft hand print. It is creamy out of the bucket so you can go on-press quickly.
All Dynamic Ink flashes quick so you can speed up production when printing a white under base. You can also print-flash-print, or print wet-on-wet, depending on your screen print job. For better bleed resistance, use our DI-1550 LB Plus White or any of our Dynamic Ink Low-Bleed (LB) Series plastisol inks.
All of the inks in the Dynamic Series are non-phthalate and lead-free. The Dynamic series offers some of the most vibrant colors and an easy to print creaminess plastisol ink right from the bucket. The high opacity helps all screen printers achieve a better print with a great feel/hand.
Flash at approximately 220 degrees for about 3 - 5 seconds and cure at 270 - 280.
Clean Up and On-Press Color Changes:
Use a press wash for on-press colors changes and an ink degradent when removing the ink. The stencil can then be saved or you can reclaim the entire screen printing frame.
Store are room temperature and avoid direct sunlight. Best to use within one year of manufacturing date.
Features & Tips for Optimal Results
Stencils: All Types of direct emulsion or capillary film
can be used
Wash-Up: Use Thinner DT or any conventional plastisol
Bleed Resistance: Fair-Good
Storage: Store in a relatively cool area. Keep away from
extreme heat and direct sun penetration. Store below 95℉
Ink Build-Up on Screen: Minimal
Mileage: Excellent. Approximately 800-1,750 sq. ft. per gallon
Drying: 270℉ - 280℉
Fabrics: All types. For soft-hand coverage, use 196 to 305 monofilament
Always pretest before use to establish suitability and procedures prior to production.
Stir plastisols prior to each use. Do not dry clean or use bleach, or direct iron.