December 10, 2008
Printop bills its Texiplast ink as an advanced plastisol line that complies with US and EU restrictions and standards, as well as with the regulations on phthalates and restricted chemicals stated by different apparel and garment brands worldwide. The ink can be applied and cured with standard plastisol settings and techniques, and it’s formulated for washfastness, fast flash with no tack or build-up, excellent coverage, and no ghosting on the fabric—even when using low-bleed whites or inks. The ink also allows for printing wet-on-wet. Texiplast uses ATOMIX color-matching software designed to reproduce all Pantone shades by mixing 14 source colors. Printop, Av. Revolución 842, Zona Industrial, Ventanilla-Callao, Lima, Peru, 51-1-613-4242, fax: 51-1-613-4243, e-mail: email@example.com, Web: www.printop.com.
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