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  • Polyester Screen Cloth for Sieves and Screen Printing

    Bolhes supplies fine polyester mesh for screen printing with a mesh variety of 60mesh/ inch,80mesh, inch 100mesh/ inch,110mesh/ inch,120mesh/ inch and other sizes. Polyester screen is popularly used as bolting cloth or printing screen mesh.

    Type: Monofilament Polyester Screen;Low-elongation Monofilament Polyester Screen; Multifilament Polyester Printing Screen. 

    Colour:White and Yellow

    Width:127cm/160cm/165cm--360cm

    Length:30m or 50m or 70m 

    Feature:High tension,low elongation,wear resistance,etc 

    Using:Polyester Printing Screen is widely used in electronic,textiles,ceramics and other industries for printing and filtration of aviation,airspace and petrochemical industries.

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    Detail Specification of Polyester Printing Mesh

    model mesh 
    count
    APERTURE  THREAD 
    DIAMETER 
    OPENING thickness INK THROUGH VOLUME 
    THEORETICALLY
    mesh/cm micron micron % micron cm3/m2
    24-100 60 316 100 57 136-145 64.4
    32-100 80 212 100 46 145-155 69
    39-55 100 195 55 56 88-96 55.0
    43-80 110 147 80 40.8 7-132 53
    47-55 0 152 55 51 88-96 47.6
    48-70 0 135 70 41 108-120 45.5
    54-55 135 8 55 47 88-96 44.5
    54-64 135 115 64 38.5 95-105 38.9
    54-70 135 108 70 34 108-120 40
    64-45 160 105 48 43 73-82 36.5
    64-55 160 98 55 38 85-95 36.1
    64-64 160 88 64 30 95-105 30.7
    72-45 180 92 45 40 68-76 33.1
    72-48 180 90 48 36 75-84 33.1
    72-55 180 81 55 30 88-97 26.6
    80-45 200 75 45 36 65-74 27.7
    80-48 200 72 48 33 75-84 28.7
    90-48 230 56 48 25 77-85 23.5
    100-40 250 58 40 33 62-71 21.3
    110-40 280 48 40 27 65-71 18.4
    110-34 280 54 34 35.5 52-57 20.2
    0-34 305 45 34 30.5 52-57 18.4
    140-34 355 31 34 19.5 56-62 14.4
    150-31 380 36 31 29 43-47 13.1
    150-34 380 30 34 20.5 56-62 14.9
    165-31 420 31 31 23 52-58 12.88

    History and Characteristics of Polyester Printing Screen

    Polyester was introduced to the screen printing market over 40 years ago and quickly replaced traditional silk as the fabric of choice among screen printers all over the world. It is a material that is uniquely suitable for screen printing because of its tensile strength, elastic memory and resistance to chemicals, abrasion heat and moisture.

    There are 3 types of polyester fabrics used in screen printing and they are monofilament, low-elongation monofilament and multifilament. Most of today's screen printers use monofilament polyester, but the traditional type is rapidly being replaced with "Low-Elongation" fabric, which brings many new benefits to the screen printing process. Here we mainly introduce low-elongation monofilament polyester fabric as this is what we are producing now.

    Monofilament Polyester is woven from yarn that is extruded from heated polyester into a single strand. The extruded thread is the spun to a precise diameter. Conventional monofilament polyester screen fabric will elongate under tension: the higher the tension level, the more the thread can stretch. At excessive tension levels, the thread reaches its "plastic deformation" point, and the screen will no longer hold tension.

    Monofilament polyester is still suitable for non-critical printing applications. In recent years, however, it has been eclipsed by a new development in thread technology: Low-Elongation Polyester.

    Low-Elongation Polyester is what we are producing now in a wide range of mesh counts, and our products offers significant advantages over the traditional monofilament polyester:

    • Faster tensioning without damage to the threads
    • Improved fabric strength
    • Faster tension stabilization
    • Higher tension threshold and breaking point
    • Less tension loss during the stretching process
    • Faster turnaround time from the screen room to the pressroom
    • Improved registration due to stable tension
    • Faster Print speeds

    We may also take orders to produce polyester fiber mesh with other special requirements.

    Bolhes Test Sieve Co.