RadionBase™ MDEC Carbazole Violet
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RadionBase MDEC Carbazole Violet is a special-purpose dispersion of Carbazole Violet (Violet 23) pigment in a 100% acrylic vehicle for energy cured (UV or EB) paste inks. RadionBase MDEC Carbazole Violet can be used as the sole colorant for making a mixing Violet ink for Quickset/Sheetfed Lithographic metal decorating or for printing on non-porous plastic substrates where flexibility and adhesion are very important as characteristics. Carbazole Violet has excellent chemical resistance and lightfastness qualities that make it ideal to make violet inks and even reflex blue inks (when combined with Phthalocyanine Blue) where exposure to harsh chemicals and strong light are anticipated.
Typically used to make mixing Violet inks, 45% to 65% of RadionBase MDEC Carbazole Violet by total formula weight is considered a normal loading for most paste ink formulas. Excellent results for metal decorating and plastic film ink formulas can be obtained by blending RadionBase MDEC dispersions with Radion Vehicle MDEC letdown vehicle. Epoxy and Polyester acrylates should be tested for compatibility with any RadionBase MDEC dispersion before use, as they are marginally compatible. RadionBase MDEC series bases can be used for mercury UV, HUV, and LED UV formulas.
Chemical Resistance: 5% HCl: Excellent 5% NaOH: Excellent
Water: Excellent Ethanol: Excellent Hot Paraffin: Excellent Soap: Excellent Lacquer Solvents: Excellent Linseed Oil: Excellent Diethylene Glycol: Excellent Mineral Spirits: Excellent
Lightfastness: Full Strength: Excellent Tint: Excellent
Pigment type: Violet 23 (Carbazole Violet)
Color Index No: 51319
Pigment Content: 31%
Solvent Content: 0.1%
Solvent Boiling Range: N/A
Bio/renewables content: 5%
Vehicle type: UV- or EB-cure acrylic
Appearance: Thick, tacky violet paste