Ryan Screen Systems a Division of Lawson Lawson Screen & Digital Products Ryan Screen Systems a division of Lawson
5110 Penrose St.
St. Louis, Mo 63115
Phone: 314-631-8753
Toll Free : 800-769-9130

Adhesives

Art Files
Blockout
Degreaser
Dryers
Dryer Elements
Emulsions
Emulsion Remover
Equipment Packages
Exposure Units
File Holder
Flash Units
Hand Cleaner
Hinge Clamps
Home Page
Ink Buckets-Empty
Ink Degradent
Ink Mixing
Ink Plastisol
Ink Scoop
International Coatings
Ink Wash
Laser Targeting
Laser Film
Lease Form
Lease Reasons
Mesh
Mesh Panels
Number Stencils
PMS Color Mixing
Pads
Pallet Adhesive
Pantone Mixing
Pellons
Plastisol Remover
Pocket Printer
Pressure Washer
Printers Automatic
Printers-Cap
Printers-Numbers
Printers-Textile
Screens- Aluminum
Screen Cabinet
Screen Dryer
Screen Opener
Screen Racks
Screens-Wood
Scoop Coater
Scorch out
Scrub Pads
Shipping Map
Spatula
Squeegee w/handle
Squeegee Material
Squeegee Sharpener
Start Up Kits
Tape
Tension Meter
Temperature Strips
Transfer Machines
UPS Map
Vellum
Washout Booth


Silk Screen Printing Emulsion Remover Instructions

When working in screen printing, your screens are an important piece of your equipment. The wood screens of today are strong and durable, but they still warp. You want the screen to be clean ,but do not spend to much time making them beautiful. Keep your equipment in usable condition. The polyester mesh can have a stain as long as the stain does not interfere with the next exposure.

Applying Emulsion Remover for screen printing

After removing all traces of ink, using ink wash or ink degradent.
1) Emulsion remover is applied with a chemical resistant spray bottle on one side.
2) Using a brillow pad type of brush, you scrub the emulsion and the frame
3) The emulsion should start to liquefy
4) Repeat on opposite side of screen

Using the Power Washer to remove the emulsion from the screen
1) Turn on the power washer
2) Point the wand next to the screen
3) Pull the trigger the wand
4) swing the wand to the bottom of the screen
5) Work your way up the screen by spraying from one side to the other
6) Spin screen and repeat on the opposite side
7) Rinse screen (mesh frame and all) thoroughly
8) Once this screen is dry, it is ready to coat.

Note: Some screen printers find it necessary to degrease the screen after removing the emulsion, but it is an optional process. Most emulsion removers will degrease the mesh.