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MIFAST DISPERVYN VD 3000/10

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by MIFAR
MIFAST DISPERVYN VD 3000/10 by MIFAR is highly concentrated carbon black-based pigment dispersion (50%) in hydroxyl modified vinyl chloride/ vinyl acetate copolymer (50%). It provides higher pigment concentration, application uniformity, maximum transparency as well as great production flexibility and short production cycles. It leads to maximum development of the color intensity and higher product stability on storage. It has less bottom effects such as no tendency to settling or no flocculation. Its benefits include dust-free environment in work space, reduced power consumption in manufacturing due to easy dispersibility and streamlined production processes. It is compatible with a wide range of resins. MIFAST DISPERVYN VD 3000/10 is suitable for plasticized vinyl substrates, solvent-based aromatic polyurethane modified inks and coatings, flexo and rotogravure inks for aluminium, vinyl, cellulosic and treated polyester films for lamination and PE substrates. It is readily soluble in ketone-ester solvent blends. The low softening point of vinyl allows some use in heat-seal lacquers. It shows excellent light fastness, alkali-, acid-, solvent-, butter- and soap resistance. It exhibits outstanding shade purity, higher gloss and brightness.
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Product Type
  • Carbon Black
  • Color Pigments & Dyes > Pigments Dispersions
Chemical Composition
Carbon black
CAS Number
1333-86-4
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