Let’s face it: screen printing produces waste. No matter how hard printers try, the process of screen printing produces waste in the form of ink, emulsion, chemicals, and more. The best way to keep screen printing as Earth-friendly as possible? Dispose of this waste properly. Here’s a guide to doing it right.
Sgreen® Supreme Wash is an on-press cleaner for plastisol ink. It utilizes the power of citrus to clean plastisol ink from screens before reclaim or storage. Want to learn more about this cleaner? Here are some best practices for using Sgreen® Supreme Wash.
Cultivating great screens takes time, practice, and the proper equipment. A washout booth is a great tool to use for rinsing and reclaiming screens. All that water used during these processes needs to go somewhere, though. That’s where a filtration system comes in.
Cleaning screens is a chore, but it can be done efficiently to save time and stress. Here’s how to clean plastisol and water-based inks off screens.
Shirts need to stick to platens in order for printers to achieve clean, consistent prints. This concept is simple. Many adhesives exist in the world of screen printing, but many are harmful to the printer’s health and the environment. One adhesive that’s long-lasting and friendly to the printer is Sgreen® Water-Based Pallet Adhesive. This adhesive lasts longer, has friendlier chemicals, and works just as well — if not better than — spray or aerosol adhesives. In this blog, we’ll cover the benefits of using a water-based adhesive and best practices for use.