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Ecotex® 30 Gallon Screen Printing Dip Tank by Screen Print Direct® - This 30 Gallon Dip Tank is a simple time saving, affordable, and durable dip tank for screen printing. Honestly, every shop should have two of these, they are a game changer! Use one to soften up emulsion before developing screens and use the other one for reclaiming silk screens. It will save time, labor, chemicals, & water. This heavy-duty tank is the best-built chemical-resistant industrial dip tank made specifically for the purpose of screen reclaiming or development. Ideal for use with 2-in-1 ink and emulsion removers when reclaiming screens or just using water for developing screens.
• Made From Recycled Plastic
• Chemical Resistant
• One Piece Guaranteed Leak-Proof Molded Construction
• Dramatically Reduces Chemical & Water Usage
• Low Maintenance
• Minimal Space Requirement
• Fits 6 Screens Up To 23" x 31"
• Dimensions: O.D. 36 x 16 x 26 1/4"
*Solution & Screens NOT Included
•Ecotex® Dip Tank
•3 x 1 Gallons Dip Tank Solution
•Lid / Cover
•Screen Hold Down Bar
•Threaded Drain Fitting With on/off Spigot
Directions for Developing and Reclaiming with a Dip Tank
The tank comes assembled, you will just need to make sure the spicket is securely in place before using it.
- Fill the tank with water up to the fill level, this is indicated on the inside of the tank.
- Place your exposed screens in the dip tank and allow them to soak in the tank for 1-2 minutes.
- Remove the tank and rinse any leftover unwanted emulsion from the screen.
- Fill the tank with a mixture of water and Ecotex Dip Tank Solution. *For the 30 Gallon Dip Tank you will need to add 3 gallons of solution to 30 gallons of water. 1 Part Dip Tank Solution is needed for 10 parts of water. There is a fill line inside the dip tank that will indicate the max fill line
- Place screens in the tank and allow to soak between 1-3 minutes. Do not leave long enough for the emulsion to fall off in the dip tank. *This will reduce the lifespan of the chemical in the dip tank.
- Remove screens from the dip tank and rinse off residual emulsion left on the screen, it should come off fairly easily after soaking.
*Do not allow the emulsion to break down in the dip tank. This will shorten the life of your chemical and contaminate the water.
Want to know if a dip tank is right for you and your shop needs? Read the blog and decide for yourself. - Dip Tanks For Dummies
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