Printing inks are pigment dispersions in vehicles or binders of variable viscosities and natures depending on the printing system, surface and type of machine. Used extensively in all classes of printings to create texts and images.

Products

Additives
  • Defoamers
  • Dispersants
  • Wettners
  • Levelling
  • Slip (COF reducer)
  • Adhesion promoters
 
Dyes
 
Pigments
  • Fluorescents opaque and transparent
  • Inorganics
    • Titanium dioxide PW-6
    • Carbon black PBk-7
    • Synthetic iron oxides PY-42, PR-101
  • Organic
    • Yellows PY-1, PY-3, PY-12, PY-13, PY-14, PY-74, PY-83, PY-110, PY-138, PY-139, PY-155, PY-180, PY-174
    • Blues PB-15:0, PB-15:3, PB-15:4
    • Oranges PO-5, PO-13, PO-16, PO-34, PO-36
    • Reds PR-2, PR-3, PR-22, PR-23, PR-48:1, PR-48:2, PR-48:3, PR-49:1, PR-53:1, PR-112, PR-122, PR-146, PR-166, PR-170, PR-254, PR-266
    • Greens PG-7
    • Violets PV-1, PV-2, PV-3, PV-19, PV-23
  • Pearlescents
 
Resins
  • Acrylic in liquid form and in beads
  • Polyurethane dispersion
  • Hydrocarbon C9
  • UV: oligomers and monomers
 
Others
  • Acetyl tributyl citrate ATBC
 
Instruments
  • Adherence
  • Applicators
  • Gloss meters
  • Color cabins
  • Deformation
    • Cupping
    • Impact
    • Mandrel
  • Slip
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Specific gravity
  • Hardness
    • Buchholz
    • Pencil
  • Film resistance
    • Abrasion
    • Wet scrub
    • Dry scrub
  • Film thickness
    • Wet film
    • Dry film
  • pH meter
    • Table
    • Portable
  • Fineness
    • Particle distribution analyzer
    • Grind gauge
  • Viscosity Zahn cups