Pigment concentrate + binder = Screen printing ink
That is Printcolor's module principle. This principle allows you to produce Series 384, 386, 387 and 388 at your location. Simply mix an MS basic color of Series 388 with a series-specific binder and manufacture the color series with the characteristics needed - and always stay flexible.
MS modular system - explained using the example of Series 386
The pigment concentrates are the basis of our mixing system. Concentrates are available in four different categories:
|Category||Description||Number of colors|
|HP||Highly pigmented||12 plus black/white|
|HL||Highly light-fast||16 plus black/white|
|HR||Highly thermostable||10 plus black/white|
|HT||Highly transparent||13 plus black/white|
In total, 24 different MS basic colors are available.
In order to mix a properly functioning screen printing ink, a series-specific functional binder must be used. This binder carries the product characteristics of the Series to be produced.
Possible binder components
|Series xxx-07||Series xxx||Binder determining Series XXX|
|Series 384-07||Series 384||Binder highly flexible ink for tarpaulins|
|Series 386-07||Series 386||Binder highly resistant for acrylic glass (PMMA)|
|Series 387-07||Series 387||Binder multifunctional matt ink|
|Series 388-07||Series 388||Binder multifunctional plastic ink|
Please contact our experts to learn more about the possibilities and advantages of Printcolor's MS modular system.