Keenplas ST Clear

Packaging: 20K, 4K, 1K, 500g, 250g, 125g

A transparent plastisol ink ideally for printing directly on light ground substrates. It is used for manual screen-printing. Easier to print and has a softer hand feel.

• Soft-hand feel with good washing fastness
• Low cure ink
• Phthalate-free
• Good printability and stability on screen, easier to print
• Does not clog the screen

Direct to textile printing. For cut-piece articles and ready-to-wear.
• 100% Cotton
• Dominant cotton-polyester blend/synthetic fiber
• Spandex/dry-fit
• Calico/Canvas
High Gloss
PC Pigment
Photo Flash 300E, Photo Flash SR
120T – 460T, monofilament
Square edge, medium to hard durometer for less ink deposit
Round edge, soft squeegee for more ink deposit
Drying time : 5 seconds
Temperature : 120ºC (248ºF)
Equipment : Heat press/oven/flash cure
Pre-curing : Heat gun
KP Viscosity Enhancer : 1% – 2%
KP Viscosity Reducer : 1% – 2%

Printing Procedure

1. The printing process can be done either manual or via automatic screen-printing. Suggested maximum of three [3] strokes, three [3] coats, except when printing tonal or CMYK process.
2. In halftone print, one [1] stroke is ideal but two [2] strokes are acceptable, however, one [1] coat only is highly suggested.
3. Curing is recommended to greatly increase washing fastness. Curing will also give the print a glossier print output.


Wash materials used with mineral spirit. Observe all local regulations when disposing of this substance.

Storage Condition

Store tightly covered at temperatures between 10ºC – 30ºC (50ºF – 86ºF) and a relative humidity between that of 25% to 70%. Keep away from direct sunlight or high temperatures.

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Additional Information

Plastisol ink goes through three stages. The first [1st] stage is the wet stage after it has been printed on the garment. The second [2nd] stage is the semi-cure or the gelling stage, which means it is dry to touch on the surface but not fully cured. It can be semi-cured via flash cure machine or heat gun curing. Do not over-flash. The third [3rd] and final stage is the cure stage. It is when the entire ink film from top to bottom reaches its required temperature curing, which depends on the type of plastisol ink used and the printing thickness. Do not over-cure.

To achieve a smooth surface print, heat press curing is recommended.

To achieve good color opacity and brilliance during screen-printing (manual), maintain medium pressure and speed with a 45º to 60º angle.

Keep the screen wet by flooding the screen with just the right amount of ink or keep the screen clean.

Important Note

This technical data sheet does not replace the Safety Data Sheet and should be used according to its recommended purpose. Any person using the product other than that specifically recommended does so at his own risk.

While we endeavor to ensure that all recommendations about our products are correct, many factors may affect the application of the product. It is advised that the quality of the substrate, the condition of the curing method, and other printing characteristics brilliance before mass production.


The information and recommendation in this publication are to the best of our knowledge, information, and belief accurate at the date of publication. Nothing herein is to be construed as a warranty, express or implied.

In all cases, it is the responsibility of users to determine the applicability of such information or the suitability of any products for their own particular purpose. Therefore, we do not accept any liability whatsoever or howsoever arising for the performance of the product or for any loss or damage incurred out of the use of the product.

The information contained herein is liable to modification from time to time in light of continuous product development or improvements.