Permatone - Matching System

PERMATONE inks are a water-based color-matching ink system from Colormaker. The PERMATONE matching system is made up of 12 bases. These include 9 colors plus Black, White and Extender (Print Paste) and can mix over 1869 colors.

Exhibiting the trademark soft handle and long lasting rub resistance of PERMASET Screen Printing inks, PERMATONE inks provide pure vibrant color with the control of a color-tone matching system.

Eco Credentials: PERMATONE has been granted certification by the Soil Association of the UK, having successfully met the requirements of the Global Organic Textiles Standards (GOTS) for non-organic chemical inputs for use in organic textile processing; PERMATONE water-based ink is the only ink outside of the UK to receive such certification.

PERMATONE is ideal for printing on:
| Light and Dark Toned Fabrics | Natural and Synthetic Fibers |

Rub Resistance: Strong
Handle: Soft
Transparency: Transparent including White. If printing on dark fabrics print over PERMASET SUPERCOVER First Down White 
Drying: Heat cure
Mesh: 110-305 tpi
Stencil Type: Must be water resistant, fully dried and fully cured
Clean Up: Water
Increase screen open time: add 1-3% PERMASET Print Retarder
Downloads: PERMATONE Color Card, PERMATONE Tech Data Sheet, PERMATONE Reductions E-book, PERMASET Heat Curing Guide
Accessories:
PERMASET Print Retarder, PERMASET Fabric Softener, PERMASET Puff Paste and Mixing Guide.
Starter Kits: 12 x 1 L Intro Kit & 12 x 4 L Professional Kit

 

$ 53.50
Color - Black
Black
White
Red BS
Red YS
Orange
Yellow RS
Yellow GS
Green
Blue
Violet
Magenta
Extender
Size - 4 Liter

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How to increase screen open time with PERMAPRINT Premium Inks for paper and other substrates

Automatic screen printing with PERMAPRINT Premium water based inks
PERMAPRINT Premium water-based screen printing inks for paper and other substrates are highly pigmented with a high resin/binder content so there is very little free water. Evaporation of water from the ink (air drying) is all that is required to cure PERMAPRINT Premium prints – while that’s great for the environment - you WILL need to minimise this evaporation while the ink is on the screen. The following tips will help you get around this: