Release coated Transfer Paper
We specialize in manufacturing transfer paper for the needs of screen printed motifs with plastisol inks. Our range of products covers virtually all kinds of transfers.
Double side coated (except QPF type)
Printable on both sides.
Premium quality paper used as raw material
Packed as follows :
Information on this page is subject to change without any notice.
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70x100cm - pack of 250 sheets
50x70cm - pack of 500 sheets
35x50cm - pack of 1000 sheets
25x35cm - pack of 1000 sheets
23x33cm - pack of 1000 sheets
Types of paper
White Paper, 80 gsm
The most commonly used paper. Recommended for cold peel and puff plastisol transfers. No ink is left on the paper when allowed to cool down after the thermo-transfering.
White Paper, 100 gsm
Similar to QPS, only heavier, with better stability.
White Paper, 130 gsm
Similar to QPS1, only heavier, with even better stability.
White Paper, 80 gsm
Used only for hot split transfers. Part of the plastisol remains on the paper and the print has a soft touch on the garment. Best results on white T-shirts.
Light Blue Paper, 90 gsm
For use as QPS with improved temperature stability. The colored paper enables the printer to optically check for voids on the prints in an easier manner, when printing white plastisol.
Other colors : Light Pink (QPSR), Light Green (QPSP)
White Paper, 170 gsm
Glossy paper that will leave the same gloss effect on the transfer. May be used with all plastisols and glitter prints. (Withstands up to 170 degrees C)
White Paper, 120 gsm
Very glossy paper for similar use with QPG, but withstands higher temperatures.
(Single side use only)
Light Yellow Paper, 80 gsm
Recomended for prints with no powder glue
High release value, warm or cold peel
Hints & Tips
We recomend a pre-heating of all papers before they are screen printed. This will remove humidity and bring the paper to its final size (shrinkage). This makes registration easier to a multicolor print.
Transfering temperature : 170-190 degrees C, 5-8 seconds