Film Bond Graphix
The Film Bond Graphix series is a new ink series that displays exceptional adhesion to hard-to-wet surfaces like PE, PP, and PVC films. It offers excellent press stability, color strength and displays scratch resistance.
- The ink properties of the Film Bond series include superior Adhesion, Flexibility, Gloss and Rub resistance.
- For added Scratch resistance we offer a press-side additive to enhance the scratch resistance on certain substrates.
- Little or no ink adjustment required.
- This ink series may be used in combination with our specialty water-based overprints or UV curable overprints to obtain higher gloss and unique resistance properties.
Film Bond Graphix inks not only provide Intense color but also Superior Adhesion and Rub resistance that is not found in other inks. Film Bond Graphics inks give your customer a superior product that will run faster with fewer complications.
Equipment Specifications: Film Bond Graphix inks were formulated to run on conventional metering, doctor blade and closed chambered systems where ink volumes are 4 to 8 bcm per anilox roller and line screen counts of 360 to 440. For higher line screen work (1000) we offer an extra strength version that is primarily used in 4 color process printing. Expected press speeds can range from 100 – 400 fpm.
Quality Control: Viscosity is generally between 15-25 seconds # 3 Zahn cup with pH of 9.2 – 9.8.
Shelf Life: Inks remain effective up to one year when stored in a sealed container at 50-70° F.
Resistance: Call our technical department at 414.461.4999 to discuss formulation for specific requirements.
Disclaimer: The technical information presented on our data sheets is correct to the best of our knowledge. Due to variations in substrates and other variables in the printing process beyond the control of the ink maker, we recommend the product be tested before application. Final determination for the performance is the sole responsibility of the user. The data presented is not to be interpreted as a warranty or guarantee as conditions of application could affect performance.