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If you remember, last time we talked about challenges specifically met in inkjet. In today’s video, I’d like to address challenges met both in printing inks and the inkjet field. I would like to introduce a completely new product to you: the SURFYNOL® 107 L. It can be used both in printing inks and inkjet. It is a molecular defoamer that can act as a wetting additive as well.
The answer to the ultimate question: Can one additive provide both defoaming and de-wetting properties alongside substrate wetting properties? The answer to that question, in my opinion, is yes. The SURFYNOL® 107 L will provide the expected reduction in static and dynamic surface tension. It will be the additive of choice when you are trying to formulate a storage-stable printing ink or inkjet formulation. It’s a nice addition to our vast portfolio, where we have acetylinic diol chemistry, polyether, and siloxane chemistry. So it gives you as a formulator the benefit of using this vast, enormous space.
The advantages and benefits of using the SURYFNOL® 107 L are many. Some of them are – and these are associated with the printing ink and inkjet field – low odor, low color, and zero-VOC. That means, as well as the fact that the product is non-corrosive, it will be compatible with print engines, printing systems, and whatever ink supply systems you are working with.