Thermochromic Colour Changing Screen Ink for Paper and Board-
Thermochromic inks react to changes in temperature by exhibiting a colour change.
This pack comprises of 50% Thermochromic water based slurry and 50% water based binder, which when mixed together 50/50, produces a thermochromic ink that can be applied to Paper, board & textiles. The slurry and binder need to be mixed together in equal amounts, in order to create a finished ink that can 'fix' to it's substrate.
This product is really very easy to use, it's water based and should be used just like any other screen printing ink, cleaning up is nice and easy too just use hot soapy water. You will need to heat cure your finished product, you can find details of that in the technical data sheets and you will find the link below.
Please select the available thermochromic inks from the above drop down menus:
Black 15C (chill & reveal)
Black 27C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Black 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Black 47C (heat & reveal)
Blue 15C (chill & reveal)
Blue 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Red 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Red 47C (heat & reveal)
Magenta 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Green 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Yellow 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Purple 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
Orange 31C (rub & reveal as well as touch & reveal)
The colour of the thermochromic ink on a printed item disappears and becomes translucent as the temperature rises above the response temperature of the thermochromic ink and then it reverses back to its original colour as the temperature is reduced again (below the reaction temperature). Thermochromic Inks are available in several colours and can be featured in a variety of applications including high-end promotional items, advertising, labels, packaging, security documents, colour changing t-shirts, toys, novelties.
Please click here for the instructions, TDS and MSDS.
Packaging may vary depending on the volume ordered.
Please contact us for trade pricing.
This is how one of our customers, Sarah-Louise Bingley used thermochromic ink you can see more of her impressive work at http://sarahbingley.co.uk/design#/godard/
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The information supplied in this product description is for guidance only.
Please fully test our products before print runs, projects, installations and production.
Colours and packaging may vary.