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Expansion of Wilflex Epic non-phthalate inks range
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Oct '11
PolyOne Corporation announced an innovative addition to its line of non-phthalate Wilflex Epic Series Screen Printing Inks. The new offering, Wilflex Epic Warrior LB White, is a general purpose, non-phthalate white that can be used as an underbase flash white or as a highlight white on a variety of substrates.

This high-performance white, configured to work on both 100% cotton and the full range of poly/cotton blend combinations, eliminates the need to stock multiple, general-purpose whites for specific textile blends.

Frank Burkus, marketing and technology director for PolyOne Wilflex Inks said, “This expansion of our line of Wilflex Epic non-phthalate inks can increase the efficiency of our customers' ink rooms. PolyOne's advanced, non-phthalate ink technology and focus on ink room management helps our customers win in a highly competitive marketplace.”

Wilflex Epic Warrior LB White offers superior printability and a smooth, bright surface with an excellent matte finish. The odorless ink has a fast flash time with low after-tack. It has superior opacity and can be used where moderate bleed resistance is required.

Products in the Wilflex Epic ink line do not contain phthalates and are compliant with a number of regulations, including:

• CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) 2008, Section 101, Lead Content in Substrates (<100 ppm lead)
• 16 CFR, Part 1303, Lead in Paint (<90 ppm lead)
• CPSIA 2008, Section 108, Phthalates (<.1% DEHP, DBP, BBP, DINP, DIDP, DNOP)
• Eco-Passport Certified

Wilflex Epic Warrior LB White is now commercially available in North America.

PolyOne Corporation, with 2010 annual revenues of $2.6 billion, is a premier provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions. Headquartered outside of Cleveland, Ohio USA, PolyOne has operations around the world.

PolyOne Corporation

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