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General Purpose Organic Color Dispersion Starting Formulation BASF Dispersions & Resins This formulation produces a general-purpose organic color dispersion. A pigment-to-binder ratio of 4:1 generally yields good viscosity and shock stability.
Graphic Arts Inkjet Inks: Starting Formulation BASF Dispersions & Resins This formulation shows cyan, magenta, and yellow inkjet ink formulations for fast cure response using BASF monomers, Laromer® oligomers, and Efka and Irgastab additives. This formulation offers good adhesion, chemical properties and abrasion properties.
High Solids Organic Color Dispersion Starting Formulation BASF Dispersions & Resins This formulation produces a high solids organic color dispersion. A pigment-to-binder ratio of 4:1 is typical. Higher or lower ratios are possible. Stable dispersions based on Joncryl® HPD 296 have been made at 5:1 and 6:1.
High Solids White Pigment Dispersion Starting Formulation BASF Dispersions & Resins This formulation produces a high solids white pigment dispersion. It is appropriate for TiO2 concentrates to be used in ink formulations.
Low Maintenance Organic Pigment Dispersion Starting Formulation BASF Dispersions & Resins This formulation produces a low-maintenance organic pigment dispersion. It is suitable for use as colorants for pH-stable, low maintenance inks.