1 1/2" efi Stencil Ink System by MSSC
Keep the environment cleaner. Less than 4% VOC
Go green with the efi stenciling system!
This system provides crisp, clear marks on a wide variety of porous and non-porous surfaces. The stencil marks are fast drying, permanent, and fade / sunlight resistant. Best of all, since the inks have an ultra-low VOC content, they are more environmentally safe to the operator applying the markings and the atmosphere. The inks are water soluble and only require soap and water for clean-up. No separate solvents required! Since this is also non-flammable; they are safer to use and easier to ship.
efi Stencil Applicator System
The Marsh efi stenciling system offers you a portable and convenient method of stenciling on both porous and non-porous surfaces. We recommended using this special applicator with efi ink, however, it can also be applied with the RM20 roller and RM50 pad system. The efi roller is an all in one system where the bottle of ink is your handle.
- Completely moisten the foam roll attached to the efi roller assembly and squeeze out the excess water. Shake the 4 oz bottle vigorously. Hold the 4 oz bottle in the upright position and remove the cap. Hold the efi applicator head assembly and install by turning the bottle counter-clockwise until bottle is firmly in place. Rotate lever 90 degrees from “off” position.
- Hold the roller at a 45 degree angle on a piece of stencil-board and roll it back and forth while gently squeezing the bottle several times until the ink saturates the roll. Make sure the roller is inked uniformly. Rotate the lever to the “off” position.
- Place the cut stencil on the surface to be marked. Gently roll the efi inked roller back and forth until the cutout characters are uniformly inked. Do not apply extra pressure when stenciling. Replace roller cover when applicator is not in use.
To order new replacement rollers use the RM10-15.
VOC: Volatile Organic Compounds (USA, EU) (Ink sold separately) Replacement roller part #180P-RM1015
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