Pigment Screen

Pigment Print

A pigment is a substance used for coloring or painting. Pigment printing is a process of smearing color to products like textile, wood, leather, etc using pigments.
Pigment printing is a mode of surface varnishing. Since pigments are insoluble and impenetrable in nature, they do not pierce into the yarns but can be mutated to various hues.
Pigment printing is pertinent to be applied to both light as well as darker shaded fabrics.
Screen pigment printing is a process of using a paste of multiple colors which gives an innovative look to garments. The paste constitutes a base of thickened consistency and different pigments are added on to it.


Pigment printing process incorporates a base, a binder, fixer and water. The process constitutes table preparation with fabric braided on a table and pigment printing paste is applied on the fabric with the help of a screen.
After the print dries, the fabric undergoes a heat process at 160 degree Celsius. This process is acknowledged as Polymerization.
The fabric is use may be pre dyed or dyed after the subsequent application of pigment print to it.


The process of pigment printing is quite simple and unfussy. It is extremely cost effective, and can be amended to produce a wide range of different, sundry colors. It is also a rapid process of producing immense number of outputs at a diminutive time.

The process purges the additional endeavor of steaming as steaming is supplanted by the process of polymerization.

Screen pigment printing has the advantage of having its colors intact even after repeated wash off because the screen printing ink is made everlasting on fabric when preset to heat.

The color is durable and doesn’t fade away even when exposed to weird weather conditions.

The resistant color and lower price gives complete customer satisfaction.


Pigment print exhibits an outstanding color gamut and is applied to cotton as well as polyester fabrics.

Its application pertains to both natural (jute, leather) as well as artificial fabrics. It is used in bedcovers, curtains, children outfits, etc giving an added décor to the matter.