Resin for Inks



   
     
   
   

KF - 10

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Ketone Formaldehyde Resin

PRINCIPAL PROPERTIES

Compatibility with drying and non drying short oil alkyds Dissolved in aromatic solvents Very high gloss. Excellent build in air drying NC industrial finishes. Gives very good gloss in flexo inks when used with non-reactive polyamides.

APPLICATION

Nitro-Cellulose paints, vinyl chloride copolymer systems, adhesives, printing inks, ball-point pen pastes, toner, pigment, pastes, adhesives, hot melt compounds, PU-systems, varnish paints for surface treatment of wood, metal and paper.
  • FOR PRINITNG INK
  • FOR NITRO CELLULOSE SYSTEM
  • FOR NAIL POLISH

PHYSICAL CONSTANTS

Acid value (mg KOH/gm) 2 Max
Melting Point (Capillary) 85 – 105°C Temperature
Viscosity in 60% Solution in (Toluene : n-Butanol (1:1)) in Ford Cup B-4 at 30°C Temperature 70 – 90 Sec
Color 1 Max

SOLUBILITY

Xylene Complete Soluble
n-Butyl Acetate Complete Soluble
Methyl Ethyl Ketone Complete Soluble
n-Butanol Complete Soluble
Iso-Propanol Complete Soluble
MTO / LAWS Not Soluble

COMPATIBILITY

Short Oil in Xylene/Toluene Compatible
Non-Reactive Polyamides Compatible
Long Oil in MTO/LAWS Not Compatible

DELIVERY FORM

KF – 10 100% Lumps

Recommendation

10 – 12% is recommended for Lacquers and Paints

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