600 SERIES VAC COLOR is evaporative drying type of ink which forms thick and glossy film with vivid colors. Printability is superb and it is suitable for high-speed printing.
Acryl, ABS, rigid vinyl, vinyl stickers, glossy paper, coated paper.
Good printability. Low odor.
High gloss and vivid colors.
Ink film is thick and excellent in opacity.
Excellent weathering resistance.
Good blocking resistance.
HOW TO USE
Dilute the ink with VAC THINNER(fast drying, standard drying, slow drying). VAC RETARDER is recommended to make the drying slower.
Substrate : Acryl plate. Approx.6-20 min.(20deg.C)
STENCIL & WASHING UP
Use photo-stencil. Use VINYL CLEANING THINNER.
5-8grades (Please refer to lightfastness chart.)
COLORS & TYPE OF PACKING
Standard 23 colors, over-coat clear. 1kg can.
1.As the ink film of VAC COLOR is hard, vinyl stickers may curl up. 3500 SERIES EXG INK is recommended for this application.
2.The alcohol resistance of dried ink film of 600 SERIES is not good.100 SERIES SUPER GLOSS INK or 8500 SERIES BOS INK is recommended when alcohol resistance is required.
3.Lightfastness of VAC COLOR INK is rather good. VAC OVER COAT CLEAR or JELCON VS SERIES is recommended to use when better lightfastness is required.
4.Please refer to MSDS before use.
5.Be sure to do trial print before commercial run to confirm that the product fits the purposes.
VAC 690 BLACK diluted with VAC THINNER(standard drying) is printed on acrylic plate and dried at 70deg.C for 5 minutes. The printed matter is left at room temperature for 48 hours.
1.Test conditions of heat cycle:
||Cross hatch, peeling test
||100/100 Passed |
||JIS K5400 8.4 scratch by pencil
||50deg.C, >95%RH, 240 hours
Cross hatch : 100/100
|Heat cycle resistance
||(*1) below conditions, 3 cycles
Cross hatch : 100/100
||JIS K5400 8.13 110deg.C 48 hrs
||Sunshine Weather-O-Meter 500hrs
||100 rubs with 99% ethanol
||Ink resolved after 10 rubs|
|50 rubs with regular gasoline
||50 rubs with detergent
||50 rubs with hand cream
||100 rubs with eraser
||No peeling off. Slight scar|
40deg.C 15.5 hrs --> room temp.0.5 hrs --> 30deg.C 7 hrs --> room temp.0.5 hrs -->
50deg.C RH>90% 18.5 hrs --> room temp.0.5hrs --> 30deg.C 7 hrs --> room temp.0.5hrs.
2.Value in this information is obtained in experiment and no guarantee is implied.