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Drytac Introduces Prime Seal, an Ink Adhesion Promoter

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Richmond, VA — Drytac has introduced Prime Seal, a new low viscous liquid that enables printing and coating of hard-to-stick surfaces. Applied by hand or with a roll coater, Prime Seal promotes the adhesion of inks and enhances the color density and clarity of the colors printed.

“With the addition of Prime Seal, we have greatly enhanced our line of UV curable liquid coatings,” said Marc Oosterhuis, Drytac President. “Glass, tile, and steel can often cause problems during the printing process, but Prime Seal allows inks to easily bond with these substrates – improving the overall quality and appearance of the final printed piece.”

Prime Seal is ideal for traditional screen print ink systems as well as digital, UV curable ink systems. Although it is not a top coat, it can be used to stabilize inks after they are printed, and it also allows for a UV coating to be applied without transferring inks back to the image.

As always, Drytac recommends that customers test Prime Seal prior to use to ensure it will work with their environment and substrates.


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