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Paints & Inks

Paints generally consist of three components: Pigment, Binder, and Solvent. The pigment gives color, the binder makes sure the pigment stays where you put it and the solvent makes the paint fluid and evaporates Tip: To have good coverage, the paint needs to have lots of pigment. Having a lot of pigment in the paint means that the paint needs to be stirred or shaken more before use. More pigment = better coverage. Find all about paints' chemicals here in this category.

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  • Acetone 
  • Activated Carbon 
  • Alkyd Resin 
  • Aluminum Silicate 
  • Ammonia Solution 
  • Anti Skinning 
  • Barium Sulphate 
  • Benzoate 
  • Biocide 
  • Bleaching Powder 
  • Butyl Acetate 
  • Butyl Di Glycol 
  • Butyl Glycol 
  • Butyl Glycol Acetate 
  • Cyclohexanone 
  • DBP 
  • Dispersing Agent 
  • DOP 
  • Drier- Calcium 10 
  • Drier- Cobalt (Polyester) 6 - 8 
  • Drier- Cobalt 10 
  • Drier- Lead 36 
  • Drier- Manganese 10 
  • Drier- Zirconium 12 - 18 - 24 
  • EA 
  • Formalin 
  • Glecyrin 
  • Hard Carbon Resin 
  • HEC 
  • Iso Butanol 
  • Iso Propanol 
  • Ketonic Resin 
  • Maleic Anhydride 
  • Maleic Resin 
  • Methylene Chloride 
  • MIBK 
  • Mono - Di (Ethylene Glycol) 
  • Mono Propylene Glycol 
  • NP30 
  • Penta 
  • Phthalic Anhydride 
  • Pine Oil 
  • Poly Vinyl Alcohol 
  • Printx U 
  • PVA (Homo - Copolymer) 
  • Sodium Acetate 
  • Sodium Hexameta Phosphate 
  • Solvesso 100 
  • Soya Lythin 
  • Stearic Acid 
  • Styrene Acrylic 
  • Styrene Monomer 
  • TDI 
  • Texanol 
  • Titanium Dioxide (Rutile - Anatase) 
  • Xylene 
  • Zinc Dust 
  • Zinc Stearate 
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