Screen Wash 817
817 is a general purpose screen wash for use on most graphic inks to open dried or clogged screen images during production runs. It evaporates fast without leaving any solvent residue on the screen. It is also ideal for quickly washing the screen after the press run. 817 has a higher flash point than laquer thinner, alcohols, ketones, etc. Biodegradable, non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
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$35.00 – $1,525.00
817 is an aggressive, yet biodegradable, eco-compliant general purpose press wash for the removal of graphic, UV, and solvent-based inks when opening dried or clogged screen images during production runs. It evaporates fast without leaving any solvent residue on the screen. It is also ideal for quickly washing the screen after the press run. 817 has a higher flash point than lacquer thinner, alcohols, ketones, etc. This press wash can also be utilized as a screen wash and will solubilize and remove many other types of inks, such as: lacquer, enamel, vinyl, Mylar, PVC and non-PVC, acrylic, solder masks, and electronic imaginable inks in manual or automated screen wash systems.
-Low, mild citrus odor
-Opens up screen image areas caused by ink build-up
-Protects mesh fabric from deep stains and ghost imaging, thus reducing and easing the complete reclamation process of cleaning screens
-Meets SARA Tile III-13 Regulations
-Vapor Pressure: 11 mg/liter Hg @ 20C
-Total V.O.C. Content: 811 grams/liter
-Flash Point: 145F
Health: 1 | Flammability: 2 | Reactivity: 0 | Protective Equip: B
Press Wash / Screen Opener
- To remove ink from screen images, apply 817 onto squeegee-side of screen and wipe clean.
- To clean screen following production run; first, scrape off remaining ink, apply 817 to both sides of screen, and wipe clean.
Recirculating Screen Wash – Manual
Card excess ink from screen. Place screen inside wash unit and utilize flo-through wash brush to remove excess ink.
Recurculating Screen Wash – Automatic
Card excess ink from screen. Load screen into wash system and run as directed.
Consult SDS for all Safefty and Handling Information.