CPS Screen Washes are emulsifiable solvent blends used to remove ink from screens prior to reclaiming. A full range of products ensures an appropriate product for every type of ink removal. CPS Screen Washes are applied with a brush, allowed to penetrate the ink and then removed with water before screens are reclaimed. Link to www.cps.eu website
CPS Aquawash LS
Aquawash LS is a concentrated product that is mixed 1:1 with water to make a high flash point, low-odor, low-VOC UV ink remover. The reduced solvent concentration in this unique screen wash helps to prevent UV inks from locking into the mesh during cleanup. Formulated for use prior to reclaiming screens.
CPS Aquawash LS 180
For removal of UV, textile and solvent based inks prior to screen reclaiming. Low VOC, low odor, Screen Wash concentrate. This product is specifically formulated to be compliant with regulations from the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1171, requiring a VOC content <100Grams/Liter for off press screen cleaning products.
CPS Aquawash LS 180 Concentrate is specifically designed to be used when diluted 1:1 with water, producing a voc content of 90Grams/Liter.
CPS Screen Wash A6
CPS Screen Wash A6 is a universal, slow evaporating and emulsifiable product that is suitable for removing all types of inks from screens prior to reclaiming. Simply apply Screen Wash A6 to the screen with a brush or spray system, allow it to dissolve the ink, and then rinse with water. This is an excellent product for use in shops where numerous types of inks are used. Screen Wash A6 is also suitable for use in automatic cleaning systems.
CPS Screen Wash A5
CPS Screen Wash Type A5 is a relatively slow evaporating product for cleaning ink from screens prior to reclaiming. Use Type A5 on all graphics and industrial inks, including UV inks. Not designed to remove textile and garment inks. Apply with a brush, spray system or automatic cleaning system, allow ink to dissolve and rinse with water.
CPS Screen Wash A7
Screen Wash A7 is a low-odor, slow evaporating product for cleaning all types of ink from screens, particularly UV ink. Simply apply A7 to the screen with a brush or spray system, allow the ink to dissolve and then remove it all with water.
CPS Screen Wash K3
CPS Screen Wash K3 is a fast acting, economically priced, universal product for removing all types of screen printing inks prior to reclaiming. Apply with a brush or spray system, allow to dissolve the ink and then rinse with water. Screen Wash K has a flash point of 108º F.
CPS Screen Wash M6
CPS Screen Wash MP is a slow evaporating product for removing all types of inks from screens prior to reclaiming the stencils. This is a high flash point, low-VOC and low-odor product. Screen Wash MP is regulatory compliant for use in Southern California. Apply with a brush or spray system, allow the ink to dissolve and then rise throroughly with water.
CPS Screen Wash T
Screen Wash T is formulated specifically for removing textile-printing inks prior to reclaiming. This is an emulsifiable screen wash that is aromatic free. Apply with a brush or spray system, allow the ink to dissolve and then rinse thoroughly with water.
CPS Screen Wash UV
Concentrate that is mixed with water (up to a rate of 1:2) prior to use. This reduces storage space needed for large volumes of cleaning solvents, and it also saves significantly on shipping costs.
CPS Screen Wash V3
CPS Screen Wash V3 is an emulsifiable product used to remove all types of inks from screens prior to reclaiming. This product is aromatic free and has a flash point of 135º F. Brush onto the screen, allow the ink to dissolve and then rinse thoroughly with water.
CPS Stain Preventer Gel 6000
Use CPS Stain Preventer Gel 6000 immediately after printing to prevent drying ink from staining the mesh. This low-odor, slow evaporating gel retards drying and can be applied with a coating trough or brush. When you are ready to reclaim the stencil, simply remove with water. CPS Stain Preventer Gel 6000 is highly recommended when screens are allowed to sit for a period of time before cleaning, e.g. when automatic cleaning systems are used.