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ALCHEMY

Metallic inks, co-engineered with ECKART

Application

ALCHEMY is the complete collection from 871 to 877 – silver, gold or even copper shades with premium runability and printability characteristics.

These one or two-component systems with precious metallic shine are aluminium or brass based, designed for printing on paper and board.

Your Benefits

These metallic offset inks with advanced vehicle technology by hubergroup and premium pigments from ECKART provide perfect processing and quality characteristics.

Special Properties

  • Great metallic brilliance
  • Excellent printing characteristics
  • Optimum ink transfer
  • Good dot definition characteristics

Special Information

Controlling the volume of applied ink usually is a critical and hard to determine factor in printing metallics. We have collected some valuable information on processing metallic offset inks in our technical information sheets, available for download on the website.

Metallics and Finishing

Metallic inks change in appearance if they are finished with coating or varnish. Suitable testing should be conducted, in correspondence with the customer, prior to a print run.



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ALCHEMY MIRACLE

Extra shiny metallic inks, co-engineered with ECKART

Application

ALCHEMY MIRACLE is the premium collection of heavy-metal-free gold inks and low-aluminium silver inks, with extraordinary gloss and outstanding transfer characteristics.

Due to their high-tech platelet-like pigment, they create an exceptional visual result with increased rub resistance.

Your Benefits

Use the best metallic offset inks, with advanced vehicle technology by hubergroup and premium pigments from ECKART. This product is only available at cost corresponding to quality.

Special Properties

  • Exceptional metallic brilliance
  • Excellent printing characteristics
  • Outstanding ink transfer
  • High mechanical resistance
  • Good dot definition characteristics

Special Information

Controlling the volume of applied ink usually is a critical and hard to determine factor in printing metallics. We have collected some valuable information on processing metallic offset inks in our technical information sheets, available for download on the website.

Metallics and Finishing

Metallic inks change in appearance if they are finished with coating or varnish. Suitable testing should be conducted, in correspondence with the customer, prior to a print run.