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  • 1. Printing Ink Additives
  • 2. 2–3 PRINTING INK Additives Content Water Based Systems Defoamers Dispersing Agents Rheology Modifiers Wetting & Leveling Agents Micronized & Coated Waxes Waterbased Wax Dispersions and Emulsions 4–5 6–7 8–9 10–11 12–13 14–15 Solvent Based Systems Defoamers, Dispersing, Wetting & Leveling Agents Micronized & Coated Waxes Wax Dispersions 16–17 18–19 20–21 Oil Based Dispersions 4–15 16–21 20–21 Radiation Cured Systems & Special Additives 22–25 Micronized & Coated Waxes 22–23 Defoamers & Dispersing Agents 24–25 Special Additives 24–25 Notes 26–27
  • 3. Printing Ink Additives MÜNZING is a highly regarded, privately owned specialty d­ foamers, dispersants, rheology modifiers, emulsifiers­ e , additive company with headquarters in Heilbronn, wetting and leveling agents, micronized and coated G ­ ermany. We have a presence in over 40 countries and waxes as well as wax dispersions and emulsions, have are a technology driven organization with an extensive achieved worldwide recognition for their performance, staff of highly experienced R&D and technical service quality and technical innovation. personnel in Europe, the Americas and Asia. Our manu­ The technical mission of MÜNZING is to solve ink and facturing plants in Germany, USA and China have broad coating formulation problems. We offer state-of-the-art synthesis and formulation capabilities in order to best technical service testing to all customers, regardless of serve our global customer base. their company size. Based on our broad range of addi­ We are committed to creating value and improving our tive chemistries, MÜNZING’s technical service work pro­ customers’ formulations with our complete range of vides our customers the optimum solutions with re­ specialty additives. These additives, which include spect to both technical performance and value. Printing inks are part of our daily life. They are used for means of information or decorative purpose in print media, catalogs and brochures, on packaging, textiles and articles of daily use. The major application processes are flexographic, gravure, offset and screen printing. Depending on the application printing inks have to meet many different requirements. MÜNZING has a long lasting expertise in printing inks and offers a broad portfolio of additives to the printing ink manufacturers. Our Application Technology Center is willing to support you during the development of products , which provide your customers with best possible solutions.
  • 4. 4–5 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Defoamers When selecting a suitable defoamer, special attention ers, wetting and dispersing agents are used to emulsify has to be paid to the balance between defoaming and stabilize hydrophobic substances e.g. binder parti­ Water Based Systems Surface active agents (surfac­ ants) especially emulsifi­ t e ­ fficiency and compatibility with the printing ink. Our cles, pigments and fillers in water based printing inks. broad range of defoamers and deaerators based on dif­ These surfactants tend to create foam by stabilizing ferent chemical technologies enables us to offer you incorporated air in aqueous systems, that can lead to the ­ ptimal defoamer for each type and application of o problems during the production as well as the applica­ your water based printing inks. tion of water based printing inks. ­ Defoamers Product Type AGITAN 105 poa, e easy AGITAN 109 veg, poa, e fair AGITAN 120 poa,oms,e fair AGITAN 155 oms,e easy AGITAN 156 poa,oms,e easy AGITAN 282 m easy AGITAN 299 poa easy AGITAN 350 poa hard AGITAN 351 poa hard AGITAN 650 wo easy AGITAN 731 oms, poa hard AGITAN 760 oms, poa hard AGITAN 761 oms hard AGITAN 766 oms, poa fair AGITAN 771 oms, poa fair AGITAN E 256 oms,e easy DEE FO PI-12 3D, e easy DEE FO PI-35 3D, e fair DEE FO PI-40 3D, e easy DEE FO PI-75 3D, oms, e easy e = Aqueous emulsion poa = Polyoxalkylene technology fsi = Few silicone Mineral oil Silicone free free m = Mineral oil 3D = 3D polysiloxane APE free Incorporation Flexographic and gravure inks wo = White oil oms = Organic modified polysiloxane Corrugated board & porous paper
  • 5. hydrophobic particle Water Based Systems surfactant molecules Additional Technical Information on www.munzing.com Defoamer Technologies Defoamer Application Tables Defoamer Recommendations for Binders Figure | Foam bubble with surfactant double layer Coated paper & packaging Film & foil Metallic inks   Applicable Screen printing inks   Recommended Ink Jet Overprint varnishes   Highly recommended Press side Fountain solution Pigment grinding
  • 6. 6–7 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Dispersing Agents In addition to the following product overview including additives e.g. transparent inorganic pigments (iron recom­ endations for various applications, there are m oxide­ titanium dioxide) and matting agents (silica) in , Water Based Systems For the dispersion of pigments, fillers as well as functional­ also guide formulations for many pigments available. water based printing inks we offer a broad range of high Furthermore we are ­ ffering you on request to prepare o quality dispersing agents. dispersant recommendations for specific pigments. Additional Technical Information on www.munzing.com Dispersing Technologies Dispersant Recommendations Guide Formulations Technical News No. 3 Dispersing Agents Product Type Charge Active ­content Solvent % EDAPLAN 395 High molecular copolymer anionic 30 Water EDAPLAN 396 High molecular copolymer anionic 35 Water EDAPLAN 397 Polyglycol esters nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN 470 Acrylic based polymer anionic 50 Butyldiglycol EDAPLAN 472 Acrylic based polymer anionic 50 Butyldiglycol EDAPLAN 480 Acrylic based polymer anionic 85 Water EDAPLAN 482 Acrylic based polymer anionic 85 Water EDAPLAN 490 High molecular copolymer nonionic 40 Water EDAPLAN 492 High molecular copolymer nonionic 35 Water EDAPLAN 516 Acrylic based polymer anionic 20 Water METOLAT 390 Fatty derivative copolymer anionic 55 Water METOLAT 392 Olefinic polymer anionic 45 Water METOLAT 394 Olefinic polymer anionic 55 Water METOLAT 514 Acrylic based polymer anionic 34 Water APE free
  • 7. Water Based Systems Inorganic pigments Organic pigments   Applicable Carbon blacks   Recommended Transparent inorganic ­pigments Fillers   Highly recommended Matting agents (silica) Laked azo pigments Binder containing grinds
  • 8. 8–9 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Rheology Modifiers In addition to the following product overview including sary­ to adjust its rheology profile with the help of rheo­ recommendations for applications, our application logy modifiers. This can be mana­ ed by using associa­ g Water Based Systems For the optimal application of printing inks it is neces­ technology team is at your disposal to identify the best tive thickeners based on polyurethanes. Polyurethane rheo­ogy modifier or combination of thickeners for your l thickeners can be used solely or in combination with speci­ c formulations through lab tests. fi each other as well as with other types of thickeners (e.g. polyacrylates or cellulose ethers). ­ Rheology Modifiers Product Rheology profile Type Active ­content Solvent % TAFIGEL  PUR 40 pseudoplastic PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 41 pseudoplastic PUR 20 Water TAFIGEL  PUR 44 pseudoplastic PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 45 newtonian PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 48 pseudoplastic PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 50 pseudoplastic PUR 21 Water TAFIGEL  PUR 51 pseudoplastic PUR 20 Water TAFIGEL  PUR 60 strong pseudoplastic PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 61 strong pseudoplastic PUR 25 Water TAFIGEL  PUR 64 strong pseudoplastic PUR 40 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 65 strong pseudoplastic PUR 20 Water / Butyltriglycol TAFIGEL  PUR 80 newtonian PUR 20 Water TAFIGEL  PUR 85 newtonian PUR 25 Water TAFIGEL  AP 10 system dependent AP 31 Water TAFIGEL  AP 15 system dependent AP 29 Water TAFIGEL  AP 16 system dependent AP 29 Water PUR = Polyurethane (nonionic) AP = Anionic copolymer emulsion
  • 9. 100 10000 S -1 1000 Additional Technical Information on www.munzing.com Rheology Modifiers Technical News No. 4 Figure | Rheology profiles of TAFIGEL ® PUR thickeners Organo tin free APE free Flexographic & gravure inks Screen inks < 0,1 % < 0,05 % < 0,05 %   Applicable   Recommended   Highly recommended Overprint ­varnishes Pigment grinding Water Based Systems PUR 60, PUR 61, PUR 64, PUR 65 PUR 40, PUR 41, PUR 44, PUR 48, PUR 50, PUR 51 PUR 45, PUR 80, PUR 85
  • 10. 10–11 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Wetting and Leveling Agents The following table contains some important informa­ printing inks to improve substrate wetting or leveling, tion on a selection of our wetting and leveling agents for to enhance gloss or to prevent cratering. They can influ­ Water Based Systems Wetting and leveling agents are used in water based water based printing inks. Our application techno­ogy l ence the properties of printing inks in different ways. team would be glad to support you through lab tests to Therefore it is important to test and select these addi­ identify the most suitable additive for your ­ pplication. a tives carefully. Additional Technical Information on www.munzing.com Additives for Surface and Substrate Technical News No. 2 Wetting & Leveling Agents Product Type Charge Active ­content Solvent % METOLAT 285 Ester anionic 50 Water METOLAT 288 Ester anionic 50 Water METOLAT 355 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 362 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 366 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – METOLAT 367 Ester nonionic 100 – METOLAT 368 Ester nonionic 100 – METOLAT 388 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 700 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 725 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 750 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 775 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 780 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT 1299 Ester anionic 66 Water /  Propylene glycol EDAPLAN LA 402 Acrylic copolymer anionic 50 Butyl glycol EDAPLAN LA 403 Acrylic copolymer anionic 85 Water EDAPLAN LA 411 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN LA 413 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN LA 451 Ester anionic 68 Water / Ethanol EDAPLAN LA 452 Ester anionic 83 Water Silicone free APE free
  • 11. Water Based Systems Substrate wetting Substrate wetting in overprint varnishes   Applicable Wetting of film & foil Wetting of Improvement­ pigments & of print fillers transfer   Recommended   Highly recommended Gloss Brilliance of Compatibility No foaming ­metallic inks agent tendency
  • 12. 12–13 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Micronized waxes for flexographic inks shape, as well as the narrow particle size facilitate sup­ every year. This growth raises the demand for improved port the incorporation process. quality, which can be achieved by using high quality Water Based Systems The global market for packaging inks is growing steadily CERETAN spherical micronized waxes offer 100% active­ raw materials and additives. Due to our unique spray­ content leading to a reduction of the amount of wax in ing technology we are able to produce various types the formulation, due to its narrow particle size distribu­ of blended wax chemistries, which provide ­ xactly the e tion. We guarantee a D 99 value, which almost completely properties, which are needed by the industry. avoids oversized particles. The spherical particle shape Our micronized waxes are available in a variety of ­ article p offers a much smoother surface, improves the dispers­ sizes to meet exactly the requirements of our customers. ing properties and reduces the gener­ tion of dust dur­ a CERETAN spherical micronized waxes are easy to ­ andle h ing the incorporation process. in water based formulations. The spherical particle ­ Micronized waxes Product Wax type Particle size Drop Point D99 µm D50 µm °C CERETAN  ME 0420 Non polar Polyethylene 20 7 108 – 116 CERETAN  ME 1715 Non polar Polyethylene 15 7 122 – 130 CERETAN  MO 4615 Polar oxidized Polyethylene 15 6 108 – 116 CERETAN  MP 2120 Polypropylene 20 10 156 – 164 CERETAN  MT 9020 Fischer-Tropsch 20 7 107 – 115 CERETAN  MT 9120 Fischer-Tropsch 20 7 112 – 120 CERETAN  MX 9718 Functional blend 18 7 134 – 142 CERETAN  MX 9815 Polyolefine 15 5 111 – 119 CERETAN  MX 9820 Polyolefine 20 7 111 – 119 Coated waxes Our latest technology enables us to coat our spherical possible with our spraying technology, because the micronized waxes! Our functional blend coated with PTFE needs to be coated on the still soft surface of the very fine PTFE particles, CERETAN  MXF 9510 D, is the wax at the right moment in order for the PTFE to stick best selling grade for flexo inks. Coating a wax is only onto the surface of the wax. Coated Waxes Product Wax type Coating Particle size Drop point D99 µm CERETAN  MXF 9510 D Functional blend PTFE D50 µm °C 10 6 108 – 118 * * = of the wax
  • 13. CERETAN – Spherical micronized waxes The sphere makes the difference. Air milled waxes Application Gloss Spray micronized waxes Scratch resistance Abrasion resistance Slip OPV Due to the improved distribution of PTFE on the surface need to buy the wax and the PTFE separately, they can of the ink, the effectiveness is increased and the reduc­ buy this from one single source, when choosing our tion in PTFE concentration will lead to a more economic CERETAN  MXF 9510 D. formulation for our ink customers. The customers will not Application Gloss OPV   Recommended   Highly recommended Scratch resistance Abrasion resistance Slip Water Based Systems Our spherical micronized waxes provide numerous advantages compared to traditional air milled waxes.
  • 14. 14–15 PRINTING INK Additives Water Based Systems Water based wax dispersions and emulsions for flexographic inks late wax dispersions to meet your ­ pecific needs and s team will help you improve the surface properties provide the desired effects in your coating systems. The of your products. Water Based Systems Being an expert for wax additives our technical service special service is available to you at all times. In close cooperation with you, our modern laboratory and our staff are at your disposal to develop and formu­ Waterbased wax dispersions and emulsions Product Wax type Solid ­content Particle size Melting range % D98/99 µm D50 µm pH-Value Ionogenity °C CERETAN  WE 0825 Polyethylene 45 25 8 110 – 118 6,5 n CERETAN  WE 3501 Polyethylene 35 1 0,6 129 – 137 8,5 n CERETAN  WX 9815 Polyolefine 45 15 6 111 – 119 5,5 n LUBA-print CA 30 Carnauba 30 3 – 82–88 6,5 n LUBA-print KL 30 Ester 30 5 – 80–86 6,5 n LUBA-print 107 Functional blend 20 5 – 76–86 8 a LUBA-print 184/T Fischer Tropsch 61 18 6 103–114 8 n LUBA-print 184/W Polyethylene / PTFE 50 18 6 104–114 8 n LUBA-print 185/B Polyethylene 60 22 6 115–121 7 n LUBA-print 185/P Polyethylene 62 15 6 105–115 7 n LUBA-print 185/T Polyethylene 60 17 6 118–128 8 n LUBA-print 338 Polyethylene 41 22 8 130–136 4,5 n LUBA-print 466/F Polypropylene 40 5 – 118–126 9 n/a LUBA-print 499 Polyethylene 40 9 4 130–140 4 n LUBA-print 551/2 Polyethylene 45 25 8 130–136 3,5 n LUBA-print 760/D Polyethylene 64 20 6 124–134 4 n LUBA-print 3510 Polyethylene 35 3 – 128–138 10 n/a LUBA-print 3516 Polyethylene 35 5 – 130–140 8,5 n LUBA-print 5500 Polyethylene 50 6 3 125–133 7 n LUBA-print  W5700 Polyethylene 48 7 3 112–122 4,5 n n = nonionic a = anionic
  • 15. Water Based Systems Rub ­resistance Slip Antislip Antiblocking Gloss Thin film Food contact (Details on ­ equest) r   Recommended   Highly recommended
  • 16. 16–17 PRINTING INK Additives Solvent Based Systems Defoamers Product Type APE free Incorporation AGITAN  DF 311 M Mineral oil, few silicone easy AGITAN  DF 6420 Mineral oil, few silicone easy FOAMTROL  110 Silicone compound easy Dispersing Agents Product Type Charge Active content Solvent Solvent Based Systems % EDAPLAN  397 Polyglycol esters nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN  711 Block copolymer nonionic 35 Butyl acetate METOLAT  LA 524 Fatty derivative copolymer amphoteric 50 Xylene / Iso-butanol Wetting & Leveling Agents Product Type Charge Active content Solvent % METOLAT  355 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – METOLAT  388 Nonionic compounds nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN  LA 402 Acrylic copolymer anionic 50 Glycol ether EDAPLAN  LA 410 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN  LA 412 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – EDAPLAN  LA 413 Organic modified polysiloxane nonionic 100 – Silicone free
  • 17. Inorganic ­ pigments Organic pigments Carbon blacks Fillers Binder containing grinds Solvent Based Systems APE free APE free Leveling   Applicable Wetting of film & foil   Recommended Anti-­cratering Wetting of ­pigments & fillers   Highly recommended Gloss Compatibility agent Defoaming properties
  • 18. 18–19 PRINTING INK Additives Solvent Based Systems Waxes and micronized waxes High quality print products, which are being produ­ced by and publication inks, which have been adapted in chem­ gravure printing, require waxes with very good scratch- istry to achieve these requirements. and abrasion resistance, as well as very good processing The tables will show you the properties & effects of our properties for high volume printing. ­MÜNZING provides spherical waxes and wax dispersions in your coating ­ products with very small particle sizes for packaging formulation. Waxes and Micronized Waxes Product Wax type Particle size Drop Point D99 µm D50 µm °C Solvent Based Systems CERETAN  A 71  Erucamide – – 80 – 88 CERETAN  A 72  Stearamide – – 98 – 108 CERETAN  A 73 Oleamid – – 70 – 78 CERETAN  MA 7150 Erucamide 50 12 80 – 88 CERETAN  MA 7250 Stearamide 50 10 102 – 112 CERETAN  ME 0420 Non polar Polyethylene 20 7 108 – 116 CERETAN  MF 5010 Polyethylene, PTFE modified 10 6 CERETAN  MP 2120 Polypropylene 20 10 156 – 164 CERETAN  MT 9020 Fischer-Tropsch 20 7 107 – 115 CERETAN  MT 9120 Fischer-Tropsch 20 7 112 – 120 CERETAN  MX 9815 Polyolefine 15 5 111 – 119 CERETAN  MX 9820 Polyolefine 20 7 111 – 119 108 – 118 (PTFE: 320 – 340 *) Coated waxes Our latest technology enables us to coat our spherical our spraying technology, because the PTFE needs to be micronized waxes! Our functional blends coated with coated on the still soft surface of the wax at the right very fine PTFE particles, CERETAN  MXF 9510 D and moment in order for the PTFE to stick onto the surface of ­CERETAN MXF 9820 D, are the best selling grades for the wax. solvent based inks. Coating a wax is only possible with Coated Waxes Product Wax type Coating Particle size Drop Point D99 µm D50 µm °C CERETAN  MXF 9510 D Functional blend PTFE 10 6 108 – 118 * * CERETAN  MXF 9820 D Functional blend PTFE 20 8 111 – 119 * * * = Melting Point * *  = Drop point of the wax
  • 19. CERETAN – Spherical micronized waxes Our spherical micronized waxes provide numerous advantages compared to traditional air milled waxes. The sphere makes the difference. Air milled waxes Spray micronized waxes Application Publication gravure Flexo Scratch ­resistance Abrasion ­resistance Slip Temperature resistance Solvent Based Systems Packaging ­gravure Gloss Due to the improved distribution of PTFE on the surface not need to buy the wax and the PTFE separately, they of the ink, the effectiveness is increased and the reduc­ can buy this from one single source, when choosing our tion in PTFE concentration will lead to a more economic PTFE coated waxes. formulation for our ink customers. The customers will Application Packaging ­gravure Gloss Scratch ­resistance Flexo   Recommended   Highly recommended Abrasion ­resistance Slip Temperature ­resistance
  • 20. 20–21 PRINTING INK Additives Solvent Based Systems Solvent based wax dispersions for flexographic inks Being an expert for wax additives our technical service wax dispersions to meet your ­ pecific needs and ­ rovide s p team will help you improve the surface properties the desired effects in your coating systems. The special of your products. service is available to you at all times. In close cooperation with you, our modern laboratory and our staff are at your disposal to develop and formulate Wax Dispersions Product Wax type Solvent Solid ­content Particle size Melting range % D 98/99 µm µm D 50 µm °C Hydrocarbon Ethyl acetate 10 20 8 71–82* LUBA-print  161/T Amide Ethanol 40 – – 86–92 LUBA-print  232/D Polyethylene Ethanol 50 18 5 105–115 LUBA-print  266/D Solvent Based Systems & Oil Based Dispersions LUBA-print  121/C PTFE 2-Propanol (IPA) 30 12 5 – LUBA-print  300/S Polyethylene Ethanol 55 19 6 107–117 LUBA-print  654/D Polyethylene Ethanol 40 25 9 130–136 LUBA-print  654/DF2 Polyethylene Ethanol 20 16 6 130–136 LUBA-print  754 Polyethylene Ethanol 40 20 7 103–114 LUBA-print  822 Polymers Hydrocarbon / 2-Propanol (IPA) 5 – – 105–120* LUBA-print  2036/A Polyethylene Ethanol 20 18 6 130–136 LUBA-print  3036/A Polyethylene Ethanol / 2-Propanol (IPA) 30 18 6 130–136 * = Drop Point Oil Based Dispersions Oil based wax pastes for heatset inks We can offer you tailor made products from one source: your system without any additional grinding of the final highly concentrated wax pastes in your preferred oil product. We will be happy to create a specific product with a very fine particle size, which can be added into according to your needs. Oil Based Dispersions Product Wax type Solvent Solid content Particle size Drop point in % D99 µm D50 µm °C CERETAN  OF 5108 PTFE Linseed oil 50 8 5 320 – 340 * CERETAN  OX 9810 Functional blend Linseed oil 35 10 – 111 – 119 ** CERETAN  OXF 9510 Functional blend coated with PTFE Linseed oil 35 10 – 108 – 118 ** * = Melting range ** = Drop point of the wax
  • 21. Rub resistance Slip Antiblocking Release Gloss Thin film Food contact Solvent Based Systems & Oil Based Dispersions (Details on request) Application Gloss Scratch ­ resistance Sheetfed   Recommended   Highly recommended Abrasion ­resistance Slip
  • 22. 22–23 PRINTING INK Additives Radiation Cured Systems Micronized waxes for UV inks Just like UV Coatings, the UV printing ink technology Our micronized waxes for UV inks are selected products is growing within the printing ink sector and offers with a very fine particle size in order to match the very new qualities and possibilities for the customers. This fine ink film thickness. Furthermore we use raw materials techno­ ogy has already been used in screen inks, flexo­ l with good UV light resistance and excellent scratch graphic packaging and offset printing for a long period r ­ esistance and gloss properties. of time, and is nowadays followed by gravure inks and other special processes. Micronized Waxes Product Wax type Particle size Drop point D99 µm D50 µm °C CERETAN  ME 1715 Non polar Polyethylene 15 7 122 – 130 CERETAN  MF 5108 PTFE 8 5 320 – 340 * CERETAN  MM 8015 Montan 15 5 90 – 98 CERETAN  MX 9815 Polyolefine 15 5 111 – 119 Coated waxes Radiation Cured Systems Our latest technology enables us to coat our spherical possible with our spraying technology, because the micronized waxes! Our functional blend coated with PTFE needs to be coated on the still soft surface of the very fine PTFE particles, CERETAN  MXF 9510 D, is the wax at the right moment in order for the PTFE to stick best selling grade for flexo inks. Coating a wax is only onto the surface of the wax. Coated Waxes Product Wax type Coating Particle size Drop point D99 µm CERETAN  MXF 9510 D Functional blend PTFE * = Melting range D50 µm °C 10 6 108 – 118 ** ** = Drop point of the wax
  • 23. CERETAN – Spherical micronized waxes Our spherical micronized waxes provide numerous advantages compared to traditional air milled waxes. The sphere makes the difference. Air milled waxes Application Gloss Scratch resistance Abrasion resistance Slip Transparency OPV Due to the improved distribution of PTFE on the surface need to buy the wax and the PTFE separately, they can of the ink, the effectiveness is increased and the reduc­ buy this from one single source, when choosing our tion in PTFE concentration will lead to a more economic CERETAN  MXF 9510 D. formulation for our ink customers. The customers will not Application Sheetfed Gloss OPV   Recommended   Highly recommended Scratch resistance Abrasion resistance Slip Transparency Radiation Cured Systems Sheetfed Spray micronized waxes
  • 24. 24–25 PRINTING INK Additives Radiation Cured Systems Defoamers Product Type AGITAN 760 APE free Incorporation oms, poa easy AGITAN DF 6421 m, fsi easy FOAMTROL  110 Silicone compound easy poa = Polyoxalkylene technology fsi = Few silicone m = Mineral oil oms = Organic modified polysiloxane Dispersing Agents Product Type Charge Active content Solvent % EDAPLAN  710 Block copolymer nonionic 30 Dicarboxylic acid ester Special Additives PRINTCHINON and PRINTPLEX - Special additives for sheetfed / heatset inks Individuality is standard! Our micronized complex-buil­ based on PRINTPLEX®  MK 3025, which has already been ding additive PRINTPLEX   MK 3025 has established it­ milled to the particle size needed in your heatset-ink. self as bestselling product throughout the last years. It saves time and energy – just stir it in! ® The improved PRINTPLEX®  OK 3010 is a very fine paste Radiation Cured Systems & Special Additives Heatset Inks Product Consistency Chemistry PRINTPLEX MK 3025 Solid EDTA PRINTPLEX OK 3010 (35%) Paste EDTA Consistency Chemistry Paste MTBHQ Sheetfed Inks Product PRINTCHINON MTBHQ Paste (50%)
  • 25.   Applicable Inorganic pigments   Recommended Organic pigments Carbon blacks Fillers Binder containing grinds   Highly recommended Description Finely micronized chelating agent Very fine dispersion of the chelating agent intended for direct stir-in Description Retardation of the drying process, finely dispersed paste intended for direct stir- in Radiation Cured Systems & Special Additives APE free
  • 26. 26–27 PRINTING INK Additives Notes
  • 27. Contact MÜNZING Micro Technologies GmbH MÜNZING Liquid Technologies GmbH Dr.-Bergius-Strasse 16–24 06729 Elsteraue GERMANY Phone +49 3441 829 10-22 Fax +49 3441 829 10-20 E-Mail ceretan@munzing.com Neckartal 140 78628 Rottweil GERMANY Phone +49 741 942 52-0 Fax +49 741 942 52-50 E-Mail lubaprint@munzing.com MÜNZING International S.a.r.L. MÜNZING Chemie Iberia S.A. 23, rue Aldringen L-1118 Luxembourg Phone +352 2627 1520 Fax +352 2627 1530 E-Mail benelux@munzing.com C/ Francesc Layret, 2 E-08170 Montornès del Vallès (Barcelona) Spain Phone +34 93 5722075 Fax +34 93 5722683 E-Mail iberia@munzing.com MÜNZING North America 1455 Broad Street, Suite #3 Bloomfield NJ 07003-3003 USA Phone +1 973 279-1306 Toll Free +1 800 524-0055 Fax +1 973 338-0420 E-Mail info@munzing.us MÜNZING Shanghai Co.Ltd. Room 404-408, Building 12 No. 128 Xiangyin Rd. USST National Science Park Shanghai 200433 P.R. China Phone +86 21 6149 1561 Fax +86 21 6149 1563 E-Mail info@munzing.cn Visit our website for more information… for international representatives… www.munzing.com › MUE_2013_005_EN – 02|13 MÜNZING Chemie GmbH Salzstrasse 174 74076 Heilbronn GERMANY Phone +49 7131 987-0 Fax +49 7131 987-125 E-Mail info@munzing.com

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