WYANDOTTE, MI, May 12, 2009 - BASF, the market leader in resins and emulsions for the water-based ink and overprint varnish markets, is introducing Joncryl® 1610, a styrene-acrylic, non-film forming emulsion that exhibits high gloss and excellent clarity in overprint varnishes and can be used in many paper and paperboard applications.
The new product is a low VOC, HAP solvent-free, low odor emulsion. It is an excellent replacement for standard non-film forming emulsions.
"BASF is focused on providing our customers with superior products and guidance for the ink and overprint varnish industries," said Richard Grandke, Industry Manager for BASF Resins, Printing and Packaging in North America.
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