Gilsonite is used as the main ingredient in black carbon for black and brown inks.
Gilsonite competes with oil-based hydrocarbon resins, phenolic resins and metal resins.
Gilsonite, which is obtained by solvent extraction from raw material, is used as a wetting agent for black news ink, and the regulation of heat and gravity ink.
Gilsonite is easily soluble in soluble specialties in Xylene, Toluene and Benzene and in most solvents. A non-oil branded ink contains a combination of Gilsonite scales and sour fatty acid with black carbon pigmentation.
Gilsonite has been used in paint industry for many years. It is used in paints in which the bitumens form the basis of color. The high nitrogen content of Gilsonite increases the adhesion and stability of ultraviolet light.
This product is most commonly used to cover external surfaces, as well as acid resistance, car cover, and metal structure coatings.
Gilsonite’s black and brown pigment has many uses, Some of them are:
Gilsonite is mixed with fatty acids and carbon black to enhance the ink stacking stability and increase ink viscosity, flow, and penetration properties, while making it more productive.
The printed ink contains a mixture of Gilsonite powder and long-fat, fatty acid, along with carbon-based pigmentation.
The ratio of Gilsonite to anterior fatty acid may vary, because the viscosity requirements change because of the difference in the speed of the press, the characteristics of newspapers, and so on.
We can create a stabilized ink with Gilsonite powder, with;