LumaFlex™ GP 39 Rubine Red
A very large range of pigment dispersions is made by Kerley Ink Above, rubine red pigment is being milled. We have what you are looking for in colorants for many different inks...
LumaFlex™ GP 39 Rubine Red is a radiation-curable dispersion of 39% lithol rubine red (Pigment Blue 57:1) in a mixed oligomer system. This high-flow, low viscosity fluid vehicle system has been optimized for use with paper and board, with possible applications with some surface-treated or oxidized films as well. Recommended dosage of LumaFlex™ GP 39 Rubine Red is 45%-65% by weight in a finished ink. LumaFlex™ GP series energy-curable bases feature soft easy-to-handle viscosity with excellent pigmentation levels.
Typically used to make Process Magenta inks, 45% to 65% of LumaFlex GP 39 Rubine Red by total formula weight is considered a normal loading for most liquid flexo & gravure ink formulas. Excellent results for coated and uncoated stock flexographic & gravure ink formulas can be obtained by blending LumaFlex GP dispersions with LumaFlex composite letdown varnish.
Chemical Resistance: 5% HCl: Fair 5% NaOH: Fair
Water: Very Good Ethanol: Good Hot Paraffin: Good Soap: Poor Lacquer Solvents: Good Linseed Oil: Excellent Diethylene Glycol: Good Mineral Spirits: Excellent
Lightfastness: Full Strength: Good Tint: Fai
Pigment type: Lithol Rubine Red 57:1
Color Index No: 15850:1
Pigment Content: 39%
Solvent Content: 0%
Solvent Boiling Range: N/A
Bio/renewables content: 10.5%
Vehicle type: UV- or EB-cure acrylic esters & epoxies
Appearance: Thin red paste