Natron™ M74F Metal Primer (FAST)

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Application
The Natron™ M74F Primer enables UV inkjet inks to permanently bond with the metal substrate.
 
This primer for metal works with UV Inkjet Printing inks, acrylic based inks, urethane based coatings, and adhesives. It enhances stainless steel surface to promote permanent bonding with UV inkjet inks, offset printing inks, pad printing inks, screen printing inks, and paints.
 

Use this primer on:

  • – Stainless steel
  • – Powder coated metals
  • – Acrylics / Carbon fiber

Learn more about the Natron™ MG series ink for screen and pad printing in Glass and metal.

Use instructions / How to Use G1 Glass primer

  • – Wipe off / Remove dust, oil and other dirt from the substrate.
  • – Wet a clean, non-woven (lint free) cloth with the the primer.
  • – Wipe substrate with the wet lint-free towel.
  • – Allow a couple of minutes for the solvent to completely evaporate.
  • – Print the substrate or apply the adhesive onto substrate

NOTE: It is absolutely necessary to make printing trials prior to printing an entire production run to determine adhesion for your printing application.

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Application
The Natron™ M74F Primer enables UV inkjet inks to permanently bond with the metal substrate.
 
This primer for metal works with UV Inkjet Printing inks, acrylic based inks, urethane based coatings, and adhesives. It enhances stainless steel surface to promote permanent bonding with UV inkjet inks, offset printing inks, pad printing inks, screen printing inks, and paints.
 

Use this primer on:

  • – Stainless steel
  • – Powder coated metals
  • – Acrylics / Carbon fiber

Learn more about the Natron™ MG series ink for screen and pad printing in Glass and metal.

Use instructions / How to Use G1 Glass primer

  • – Wipe off / Remove dust, oil and other dirt from the substrate.
  • – Wet a clean, non-woven (lint free) cloth with the the primer.
  • – Wipe substrate with the wet lint-free towel.
  • – Allow a couple of minutes for the solvent to completely evaporate.
  • – Print the substrate or apply the adhesive onto substrate

NOTE: It is absolutely necessary to make printing trials prior to printing an entire production run to determine adhesion for your printing application.

In Stock, Ships Today

Need help? Consult with our sales and tech department

+1 (781) 281-2558

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