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Printing ink distillates: PKWF®, Paraset® and Printosol®

      Printing ink distillates are preferably produced as a straight-cut by distillation instead of a blending processes, as this achieves a uniform drying curve. Thanks to tightly specified distillation curves, printing ink manufacturers can control the drying process much better.

       

      Physical Parameter

      Typical Properties
      Method
      PKWF 24/30
      PKWF 2/4 AFH
      PKWF 4/7 AFH
      PKWF 5/9 AFH
      PKWF 6/9 AFH
      PKWF 28/32 AFH
      PKWF 28/36 AFH
      Middle Distillate Type
       
      Medium Aromatic
      Low Aromatic (Hydrogenated)
      Product Code
      Visual
      378772
      379522
      379523
      379550
      379524
      379525
      380072
      Appearance
       
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Clear & colourless
      Colour (Saybolt)
      ASTM D 156
      30
      30
      30
      30
      30
      30
      30
      Initial Boiling Boint (IBP)
      ASTM D86
      240 °C
      220 °C
      235 °C
      250 °C
      260 °C
      280 °C
      280 °C
      Final Boiling Boint (FBP)
      ASTM D86
      300 °C
      243 °C
      275 °C
      295 °C
      295 °C
      320 °C
      360 °C
      Density @ 15 °C
      EN ISO 12185
      830 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      820 kg/m3
      Flash Point (PM)
      EN ISO 2719
      min. 100 °C
      min. 80 °C
      min. 100 °C
      min. 110 °C
      min. 110 °C
      min. 130 °C
      min. 130 °C
      Aniline Point
      ISO 2977
      80 °C
      72 °C
      80 °C
      85 °C
      87 °C
      94 °C
      98 °C
      Kinematic Viscosity @ 40 °C
      DIN 53015
       
      1.9 mm²/s
      2.5 mm²/s
      3.0 mm²/s
      3.3 mm²/s
      4.5 mm²/s
      5.5 mm²/s
      Aromatic Content (UV)
      HM-14-Labor
      max. 18 %w (IR)
       max. 0.2 %w    
      max. 1.0 %w
      max. 0.5 %w
      max. 1.0 %w
      max. 1.0 %w
      max. 1.0 %w
      CAS. Number
       
      64742-13-8,
      64741-44-2
      64742-47-8
      64741-91-9
      64742-46-7
      64742-47-8
      64741-91-9
      64742-46-7
      64742-47-8
      64741-91-9
      64742-46-7
      64742-47-8
      64741-91-9
      64742-46-7
      64741-91-9
      64742-46-7
      EC Number
       
      920-360-0
      926-141-6
      927-632-8
      927-632-8
      927-632-8
      919-029-3
      919-029-3

       

      Measured on the basis of the aniline point, a wide range of solvency power provides the necessary flexibility in terms of compatibility with printing ink resin systems.

       

      Application

      With the brands PKWF®, Paraset® and Printosol®, Haltermann Carless offers an extensive product portfolio of high-quality printing ink oils. Specifically tailored for each application, a selection and various combinations of properties can be offered.

      The formulations meet the requirements for 

      • heatset,
      • sheetfed offset and
      • coldset applications.

      Developed with leading manufacturers of resin and ink oils, we offer specific test oils in the boiling range from 260 °C to 290 °C based on the Eurocommit working group.

      The test oils are approved and used for measuring the precipitation temperature or determining the varnish viscosity and, as reference materials, enable uniform standards for quality control of printing ink resins. The properties of the test oils are confirmed by externally before released to the market. 

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      Topics: Printing Industry, Middle Distillates, Printing Ink Distillates: PKWF®Paraset®Printosol®