Murakami Emulsions

Your Trusted Supplier of Murakami Emulsions

Here at Garston, we offer a wide range of Murakami branded emulsions. Our products are both effective and affordable. If you are looking for an honest, highly experienced and dependable screen printing supplier of Murakami Emulsions, look no further than Garston.

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Why Choose Garston for Murakami Emulsions?

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Affordable Prices

Whenever you need Murakami emulsions, Garston is the best supplier around. We provide honest, low prices for all of our screen printing supplies.

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Customer Satisfaction

At Garston, we are very knowledgeable about our products, and we want to help you find the right Murakami emulsions to finish your project. We are here for you. 

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Quality Products

We only supply the best quality products at Garston. That is why we offer the most popular Murakami emulsions to help you get the job done right, every time.

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The Benefits of Using Murakami Emulsions


Murakami emulsions are easy to use, and are applicable for a wide range of different printing jobs. When it comes to products, Murakami’s emulsions are the best for creating professional, high quality prints.  


Looking for a durable emulsion? Murakami Emulsions offer excellent durability on press, and the SBQ Pure Photopolymer Emulsion line works well with low wattage exposure units and offers a longer run than most emulsions.

Excellent Resolution

The Murakami Dual Core emulsion product line boasts excellent resolution and easy exposure. Some of the Dual Core emulsions can also be used for difficult ink systems where solvent and water resistance is required.

Finding the Right Murakami Emulsion

Ink emulsions are very important for making prints. Before you can make a workable stencil, there are many factors that need to be considered, including the application of ink emulsions. While there are a variety of Murakami Emulsions you can choose from, not every emulsion will work for your application. In order to find the right Murakami Emulsion for your project, you must decide on which type works for you. Murakami offers Pure Photopolymer, Dual Core, and Diazo emulsion options.

Pure photopolymers

Murakami Pure Photopolymer Emulsions, also known as PVA/SBQ pure photopolymer emulsions are helpful for many print jobs. The SBQ emulsion exposes faster, forms detailed prints, and is capable of surviving in storage at high temperatures (up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.) Pure photopolymers are noted for their ability to develop and dry quickly, and are great for printing on certain textiles, such as denim. The shelf life of pure photopolymers run for around one year, and are a suitable choice for screen printing.

Dual Core Emulsions:

Murakami Dual core emulsions combine elements of pure (SBQ) emulsions and diazo emulsions. Dual core emulsions are known for their wide-latitude exposure; a well made stencil is more easily made using dual core emulsions. Dual core emulsions are also usable with ink systems that are hot solvent inks, or co-solvent inks where solvent and water resistance is necessary. Unlike pure photopolymers, dual core emulsions require far more care; they must be stored in an 80 degree Fahrenheit environment, and its shelf life is at most 6 weeks (sometimes as little as 4 weeks.)

Diazo Emulsions

Murakami Diazo emulsions work well, even when applied during stressful, high-intensity print jobs. The resolution offered by diazo emulsions is very exceptional, and the ink is quite durable as well. However, it should be noted that diazo inks take longer to develop than the other types, meaning diazo emulsions may not be the most ideal, depending on the quality of light in the printing environment.

Even in a place with little lighting, diazo emulsions will still get the job done. Diazo emulsions change color while they are developing, meaning you have plenty of time to double check your work. Diazo emulsions are identical to dual-core emulsions in terms of storage; they are best kept at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, and they last anywhere between 4 to 6 weeks.  

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At Garston, we pride ourselves on our low prices, dependability, and commitment to quality. We highly value our customers, and we treat them with utmost care. We will assist with any questions customers may have, and we will do our best to make sure they get the proper products necessary for screen printing. Additionally, our products are generally sold in bulk, meaning the deals you strike with us will always be in your favor.