Special anti-skinning agent for printing inks
Appearance White to yellowish flakes Viscosity N/A Density N/A Solvent N/A
- Readily soluble and easy to incorporate
- Does not cause any discoloration
- Enhances gloss and flow properties of air-drying systems
- Does not adversely affect the drying time of the paint system and does not give rise to undesirable secondary phenomena during the drying process
- Printing inks
- Paints based on
- Raw linseed oil
- Wood oil
- Alkyd resins
- Other comparable binders
Borchi® Nox C 3 can be added in its supply form as flakes or can be dissolved first in the binder or solvent to be used. It can be added either to the mill base or to the finished paint, stirring constantly. A method of incorporating Borchi® Nox C 3 that has proved particularly successful in the case of printing inks involves producing a pre-mix of Borchi® Nox C 3 and the binder, containing 25 parts linseed oil and 3 parts Borchi® Nox C 3. This mixture is heated to approximately 75 °C and stirred at this temperature for 5 -10 minutes. The homogeneous solution thereby attained is then added to the pigment and milled. The addition of Borchi® Nox C 3 is between 0.1 and 0.4 %, relative to total formulation. The optimum dosage depends on the binder / pigment system and must be determined beforehand in trials.
Protect from the effects of weathering and store at temperatures between 5 and 30 °C. Once opened, containers should be resealed immediately after each removal of the product.
For further safety information please refer to our safety data sheet.
For chemical inventory status, please review section 15 of the current SDS.
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