Coldset inks are paste-like offset printing inks. They are used in web-fed offset printing. Because coldset inks only dry physically by penetrating into the print substrate (paper), the process does not require an ancillary drying device and avoids emissions. Coldset inks are used predominantly in newspaper printing.
Process and pantone colors for normal and high speed presses.
Heatset inks dry through evaporation of their mineral oil content in drying furnaces. This is accomplished with hot air at temperatures from 120 to 150°C.
This method is used to print magazines, catalogs, newspaper inserts, etc.
Process and pantone colors for all heatset presses.
The value for tack and viscosity is set use on wide range of paper qualities from MC / LWC to SC (Super Calandered) and the better picking resistant Newsprint papers.
UV Coldset inks
UV Coldset inks are especially developed for running on high speed coldset web presses with undershot ink duct and with an exceptional lithographic behavior and dried by UV lamps.
Process and pantone colors.