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Official Ryonet Distributor in Canada
Official Ryonet Distributor in Canada

Screens - Aluminum with Saati HI-TEX MESH - 20 X 24" OD (1 3/8" X 1 3/8" X .062)

Original price $50.50 - Original price $56.99
Original price
$50.50 - $56.99
Current price $50.50
SKU SIAS-20X24-110W-RS
Material: 110 Mesh Count - White

Looking for high-quality aluminum screens with Saati's top selling HI-TEX Mesh? You have come to the right place. Green Galaxy offers a selection of aluminum screens, varying in mesh count, frame size, and mesh colour. 

The advantage of aluminum frames are the durability and longevity they retain. All aluminum frames are constructed of the highest grade aluminum and hand welded in North America. Aluminum frames will not warp when exposed to water in a dip tank or washout sink. You'll have a flat frame through thousands of prints to come. Aluminum frames are also light weight which makes shipping less expensive.

  • Aluminum frames do not warp when exposed to water, ensuring a flat frame for thousands of prints.
  • White mesh helps emulsion expose faster, reducing time spent in the darkroom: yellow mesh causes little to no light scatter, which maintains fine details of the design so it is beneficial for higher mesh counts.
  • With various mesh counts available, printers are able to select the right screen for each unique print job.

Mesh counts below 110

Mesh counts below 110 are mainly used for specialty printing like glitter and shimmer inks. These inks have flakes, which can get caught in the mesh of a screen if your mesh count is too high, and blocking product from getting onto the shirt itself. Glitter inks have larger, more obvious flakes to them, while shimmer inks will have smaller particles to give a more subtle look. Mesh counts like 24 or 38 are ideal for glitter inks, but you can go up to a 64 mesh. 86 mesh is used for printing shimmer inks and for laying down thick layers of ink for high density printing. It also works well for printing foil adhesive.


The 110 mesh count is will lay down a fairly thick layer of ink. This mesh is great for block text letters and larger spot color designs. It’s also a recommended mesh for an underbase because you will only have to do one pass, which speeds up production.


157 mesh is great for general purpose textile printing with basic to semi-fine detail. They will hold a little finer detail than 110 mesh and also work well with thinner inks.


198 mesh is great for printing more detailed prints that need a thinner layer of ink to be laid down than a 157. They work well with thinner inks and helps to keep the inks from flooding onto the garment. Printers that want a softer-hand feel with plastisol ink can use this mesh count to achieve that feel, but it may reduce the ink's opacity.


The 230 mesh screens are great for printing thinner inks like discharge or water-based. A 230 mesh can hold halftones well while letting more ink through than a 305 mesh could.


305 mesh is used for jobs with the highest level of detail, and fine halftone four-colour and simulated process prints. Fine halftone dots need very high mesh counts in order to hold and expose properly. Otherwise, as stated before, the halftones and lines will simply fall through the mesh, leaving you with a less than desirable image to work with. Check out this blog to learn more about mesh counts and their uses.

  • Size: 20 x 24 inches
  • Material: Aluminum Frame
  • Mesh: 81 (70 micron), 110 (64 micron), 157 (48 micron), 198 (40 micron), 230 (40 micron), 305 (31 micron)
  • Color: White or Yellow Mesh
  • Printable Area: < 14 x 18 in.
  • Scoop Coater Size: 16 in
  • Max Squeegee Size: 15 in
  • Made in the North America