White plastisol paint Stretch White high tensile strength


Plastisol paint Stretch White - paint with high tensile properties, specially designed as a paint with a low drying temperature, compared with conventional plastisol paints. It dries at temperatures low enough to prevent deformation when drying fabrics with a low melting point, for example, from 100% acrylic.


Print options

Types of fabrics

100% cotton, mixed fabrics, acrylic, nylon, some types of synthetics.

Mesh selection

32-90 threads/cm, depending on the type of printing.

Recommended tension: 25-35 N/cm.

The choice of the doctor blade

Hardness: 75-85 Sh a single-layer, three-layer 65/90/65 Sh.

Profile: rectangular.

Edge: sharp.

Speed: average.


Emulsion: 2+2.

Printed gap: 2 mm.

The drying parameters

Intermediate drying: 75-88 °C (170-190 °F).

Final drying: 138 °C (280 °F).

Transfer: 160 °C (320 °F), medium pressure.


Thinner: no.

Thickener: 10025VB QEC Viscosity Buster - 1% by weight.


Store at temperature 18-32º C.

Avoid contact with direct sunlight.

To use during the year of receipt.



• Does not contain phthalates.

• Excellent durability, printing properties and elasticity.

• Very high degree of stretching.

• Excellent wash resistance.

• Ideal for stretch and non-heat-resistant fabrics.

• Very low final drying temperature - only 138 °C.

• To obtain the desired shade, you can add colors of the MX series and PC pigment concentrates.


Printing guidelines

• For best results, observe the recommended print settings.

• In addition to direct printing, it is also possible to transfer using cold-compartment thermal transfer technology. Drying temperature 77 °C (170 °F), press temperature 160 °C (320 °F).

• Avoid excessive pressure on the squeegee when printing.

• The paint does not contain solvents and cannot dry on its own.

• Use well-stretched forms to optimize the printing process.


Special recommendation

• Stir the ink before printing.

• Prints must not be dry cleaned, bleached or ironed with a hot iron.

• Test for drying are required prior to beginning the print run. Insufficient or excessive drying will result in poor imprint resistance to washing and poor paint adhesion.

• The temperature on the print surface during intermediate and final drying must be controlled by a pyrometer or other method.

• Responsibility for the correct selection of paint to a printing material lying on the technologist or the printer responsible for making paint and printing options.

• Prior to the launch of the circulation, preliminary tests should be carried out on unknown tissue types due to the possibility of migration or parasitic staining (ghosting). Remember that the characteristics of fabrics and dyes may vary depending on the manufacturer and the lot of fabric.

• With the correct settings, parasitic staining of products does not occur.

• For any application not mentioned in this manual, it is necessary to carry out preliminary tests or obtain expert advice.