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STAPA® HYDROXAL V 57137

STAPA Hydroxal V are stabilized aluminium pastes with new and binder-free formulation for water-based inks and coating systems. Its high pigment content allows most flexibility in ink / coatings formulation and is key to achive high brilliant or polychromatic effects with high opacity.
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Product features

Color shade

Silver

Pigment base

Aluminum

Pigment type

Silverdollar Pigment

Product preparation

Pigment Paste

Shelf life

12 month(s)

Solvent

Water

D 50 ca. µm

14 - 18 μm

Product information

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Technical Datasheet

Safety Datasheet

Art. No./Article name

024044KA0

STAPA HYDROXAL V 57137 Aluminium Paste

Technical Datasheet

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P02292 STAPA® HYDROXAL V 57137 Image of STAPA® HYDROXAL V 57137 STAPA Hydroxal V are stabilized aluminium pastes with new and binder-free formulation for water-based inks and coating systems. Its high pigment content allows most flexibility in ink / coatings formulation and is key to achive high brilliant or polychromatic effects with high opacity. Aluminum pigment dispersions for printing inks in water-based systems Eckart
024044KA0 STAPA HYDROXAL V 57137 Aluminium Paste Image of STAPA HYDROXAL V 57137 Aluminium Paste  STAPA Hydroxal V are stabilized aluminium pastes with new and binder-free formulation for water-based inks and coating systems. Its high pigment content allows most flexibility in ink / coatings formulation and is key to achive high brilliant or polychromatic effects with high opacity. Aluminum pigment dispersions for printing inks in water-based systems Eckart
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