TRQ Fluorescent HO/LB
TRQ Fluorescents Low Cure, High Opaque & Low Bleed
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NO Underbase, Triple stroke or Print Flash Print for smooth print on many substrates
Recommended Mesh: 60 to 86 mesh for darks, 110 to 155 for white
Ultra Bright Day Glow Colors
- Cure at 280 to 320
- 100% Cotton
- 50% Cotton / 50% Polyester
- 40% Cotton / 60% Polyesterr
- 10% Cotton / 90% Polyester
- 100% Polyester
Choose the temperature that best fits your substrates and production needs.
It can be confusing and challenging when choosing the right ink for each garment type, including overcoming dye migration and achieving a softer hand-feel. The dyes used in most polyester fabrics can migrate into printed ink surfaces when cured at the standard (320F) temperatures, resulting in discolored prints.
The TRQ ink line is forgiving for a busy shop, no need to worry unlike some Low Cure inks, TRQ has Low Bleed resistance, so if you pass 300F, the ink will still cure and remain bright.
TRQ inks are formulated to cure at a lower temperature to minimize the opportunity for dye-migration, while also lowering energy consumption, lowering production space temperatures, and preventing shrinkage of heat-sensitive fabrics. But this is an ideal ink as it easily cures 280F to 320F for use on garments that are prone to bleed, as well as cotton and cotton blends without worry about over curing the ink.
The new and improved TRQ low cure inks are creamy with improved printability, offering a softer hand and a matte finish with an improved fiber mat-down. TRQ low cure, low bleed inks are designed for cotton/poly blends as well as 100% polyester.
This series offers multiple under base options including:
Smooth LC HO/LB for faster flashing
Armour LC HO/LB for high bleed substrates
Barrier Grey for dye-sublimated garments.
This flexible temperature range/high opacity series allows printers to lower dryer temperatures when the dye instability of the garment demands it, and affords the option to cure at standard temperatures when sharing a belt with garments coming off of other presses.
TRQ Inks, print so easily that you will find that a finer screen mesh can be used with the same opacity as a lower, more open mesh. This means less ink will be used; a lower your cost per print and a softer hand for your prints.
Caution: Adding any reducers or additives can lower bleed resistance, opacity, or increase cure times of ink. STIR the ink prior to printing on press and after addition of reducers or additives.
Always, Test dryer temperatures and wash test printed product before and during a production run. Cure time and temp changes with substrates, ink deposit and method curing.
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