SoyaSpersion™ 7237 Methyl Violet
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SoyaSpersion 7237 Methyl Violet is a multi-purpose dispersion of 37% PTMA Methyl Violet (Phospho-Molybdic Acid Salt of Violet 3) pigment in a near-zero VOC, bio-based litho vehicle for paste inks. SoyaSpersion 7237 Methyl Violet can be used alone for making many types of strong, violet inks such as Quickset/Sheetfed Lithographic, low-VOC Heatset Web Offset, Business Forms, and Newsinks.
Additionally, the high solids content of SoyaSpersion pigment preparations permit their use for high adhesion lithographic inks intended for printing on plastic film and metal. Metallic driers such as cobalt, manganese, zirconium and cerium are particularly effective when used with SoyaSpersion products.
Typically used to make mixing Violet inks, 30% to 55% of SoyaSpersion 7237 Methyl Violet by total formula weight is considered a normal loading for most paste ink formulas.
5% HCl: Poor
5% NaOH: Poor
Ethanol: Poor Hot Paraffin: Fair
Lacquer Solvents: Excellent
Linseed Oil: Excellent
Diethylene Glycol: Fair
Mineral Spirits: Excellent
Full Strength: Good
Pigment type: PTMA Violet 3
Color Index No: 42535:2
Pigment Content: 38%
Solvent Boiling Range: N/A
Bio/renewables content: 36.5%
Vehicle type: Quickset/Forms/Coldset/Heatset Multipurpose
Appearance: Thick, tacky violet paste