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SCREEN PRINTING


Kor-Chem brings about expansion for Dave Renton D


ave Renton has a name for spotting green products that will help and support the screen printing industry. The eco- friendly products from Kor-Chem fit perfectly into that remit and the success of these products has meant rapid expansion for Dave. Kor-Chem, based in Atlanta Georgia, specialises in time- saving, eco-friendly consumables


for the screen print industry. After looking at its catalogue Dave decided that individual items, such as the CP-2 and the Bio Paste water base screen wash, fit perfectly into the European market. He said: “I am always keen to bring new products to the industry as long as the change is easy for my customers. I donʼt want to introduce something that demands big


investment from the printer just to be able to use it. A good example is the CP-2.” This (CP-2) is a one-step ink and emulsion remover that can be used with the Metro Dip Tank. It works on all types of ink and emulsion and, as well as suiting the Dip Tank, it can also be spray applied for manual use onto large screens. The screen rests in the tank for between three and 10 minutes, depending on the level and type of ink/emulsion, making it a slightly faster process than the previously recommended liquid.


The green alternative


CP-2 and other screen cleaning and reclaiming products from Kor-Chem have been so well received by the industry that Dave has had to expand his warehousing facility by an amazing 700sq ft. When asked why Kor-Chem? Dave said: “I


Metro Dip Tank


really liked these products. When I first saw them I knew that they would work well in our markets.”


In these green times the eco- friendliness of screen printing products is extremely important. n For more information call 0800 1777665, email info@nesms.co.uk or visit www.nesms.co.uk


A specialist supplier in all things screen printing S


teve Wood Services is a friendly supplier of screen printing consumables based near York. The company specialises in all things screen and supplies screens, squeegees, stencil emulsions and films, other screen making products, inks, solvents, inkjet positive films, and many sundries. Steve Wood also offers a screen re-stretching service.


Steve Wood Services is the trade UK importer of the Permaset water-based fabric printing inks and also the PermaPrint Premium water-based graphics inks.


The Permaset fabric inks consist of the Permatone colour matching blending inks, Supercover opaque inks for coloured fabrics, and Permaset Glow (fluorescent) and metallic inks.


Permaset Permatone is a range of single pigment pure colour inks which allow it to be mixed easily to make the desired colour. The Permatone range is a mixing system and we can provide a spreadsheet which will cover roughly 70% of the current pantone booklet. Steve Wood Services is pleased to advise that the Permatone range and Permaset Aqua process colours have also been awarded the Soil Association (GOTS) certificate.


The Permaset Supercover range is exactly what it says on the tin, this ink is used for screen printing images on to dark fabrics without the brightness of the image being sacrificed. PermaPrint Premium is a range of water-based inks for graphics applications adhering to a surprising range of substrates as well as paper and card. The Permaprint Aquatone is also a range of single pigment pure colour inks which allows it to be mixed easily to make the desired colour. n For more information visit www.steve-wood.co.uk


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