EasiSolv™ 770 Screen Wash is an environmentally approved, low cost, low V.O.C., screen wash designed to dissolve plastisol and UV inks from the screen printing mesh before removing the emulsion. This product is applied to the screen printing mesh and rinsed with water. It also contains surfactants that degrease the screen printing mesh when used as a final step in the reclaiming process.
EasiSolv 770 dissolves plastisol and UV inks and stains quickly, allowing mesh to be rinsed clean with water.
EasiSolv 770 degreases as it dissolves inks, eliminating the additional step and expense of degreasing chemicals.
EasiSolv 770 is a low odor product, providing a more pleasant environment for employees.
EasiSolv 770 is non-flammable which makes it safer for handling, storage and rag disposal than conventional screen washes.
EasiSolv 770 contains low-foam detergents which contribute to superior ink and stain removal, while providing complete rinsability with water.
EasiSolv 770 may be applied manually or recirculated through the EasiFlo™ System, or in an enclosed, automatic screen washing system, providing superior product life and economy.
EasiSolv 770 may be applied to a wet screen for use as a stain remover, without causing damage to the mesh.
For Use as a Screen Wash:
Scrape excess ink from screen.
Apply EasiSolv 770 to the ink and print side of the screen, scrub.
Using a high pressure washer, rinse the screen starting at the bottom of the ink side and work up. Give good attention to the image area of the screen. Rinse the print side of the screen.
Apply an Easiway Systems approved emulsion remover. The screen will now be ready for reuse.
If stubborn stains remain, apply EasiSolv 701 as a stain remover and high pressure rinse.
For Use as a Stain Remover with Degreasers:
Remove all ink and emulsion from screen.
Apply stain remover to the ink and print side of the screen, scrub.
Using a high pressure washer, rinse the screen starting at the bottom of the ink side and work up. Give good attention to the image area of the screen. Rinse the print side of the screen, followed by a slow or flood rinse to activate degreasing agents. The screen will now be ready for reuse. There is no need to use an additional degreaser.