Part #: 24W228

PRINTEX® 300 Beads - RCF, Carbon Black for Inks, Polymers, & Coatings

Orion Engineered Carbons is one of the world's leading suppliers of Carbon Black.

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Part #: 24W228
PRINTEX® 300 Beads - RCF, Carbon Black for Inks, Polymers, & Coatings

Orion Engineered Carbons is one of the world's leading suppliers of Carbon Black.

PRINTEX® 300 (beads) is a low structure, regular color furnace (RCG) carbon black. It can be used for letterpress, offset, gravures, flexo inks, fibers, pigment preparations as well as for the tinting of coatings. Amorphous carbon. Used for sheetfed/letterpress, heatset, coldset, publication gravure inks, flexo and gravure inks. Used in fiber / filaments, PE & PVC pipes and high-voltage cables.
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PRINTEX® 300 Beads - RCF, Carbon Black for Inks, Polymers, & Coatings

PRINTEX® 300 (beads) is a low structure, regular color furnace (RCG) carbon black. It can be used for letterpress, offset, gravures, flexo inks, fibers, pigment preparations as well as for the tinting of coatings. Amorphous carbon. Used for sheetfed/letterpress, heatset, coldset, publication gravure inks, flexo and gravure inks. Used in fiber / filaments, PE & PVC pipes and high-voltage cables.

Key features
  • Regular Color Gas (RCG)
  • Water-borne & Solvent-borne coatings for:
    • Industrial coating applications
    • Decorative coating applications
    • Powder coating applications (Especially Recommended)

Additional Information

Series PRINTEX®
Manufacturing Process Regular Color Furnace (RCF)
Average Particle Size 27 nm
BET (NSA) Surface Area 80 m2/g
Oil Absorption 68 ml/100g
Principal Orion Engineered Carbons
Application Coatings, Coatings - Decorative, Coatings - Industrial, Polymers, Printing Inks
Function Carbon Black, Pigments
Industries Coatings, Inks, Plastics
Note: Priced per lb.
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