DigiPrime®, used by many digital press owners around the world because of its ability to improve ink receptivity, rub resistance, and image quality on most types of paper, plastic, and film, also provides improved productivity and efficiency for digital printing on both commercial and labels and packaging presses. Learn more about DigiPrime »
This patented flexo and gravure ready coating provides excellent adhesion of HP Indigo ElectroInks® to most films and papers. This product is suitable for food contact and is especially useful for flexible packaging applications as well as label production. When applied at the recommended coating weight, the optical properties of the substrate are minimally affected, so maintaining the original aspect of the substrate. This product possesses good stability to light and is resistant to yellowing.
This product is used in many applications including the following:
|HP Indigo Solutions||Substrate - film, Substrate - paper, Applicator - flexo / gravure/ roll, OEM - Indigo ws5000, OEM - Indigo ws7000, OEM - Indigo ws10000|
|Appearance||White, translucent liquid|
|pH||8.0 – 10.0|
|Emulsifier Charge||Ammoniated dispersion|
|Percent Non-Volatile||27.5% – 29.0%|
|Brookfield Viscosity Range||< 100|
Description: Off-line primer for HP Indigo printability
Handling: Ensure adequate ventilation. Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Use personal protective equipment as required.
Storage: Keep container tightly closed. Keep containers tightly closed in a dry, cool and well-ventilated place. Keep from freezing
Shelf Life: 24 Months
Technical Data Sheet: Click here to download a Technical Data Sheet PDF for DigiPrime® 4431
Cincinnati, OH, USA (DP4431)
Aubange, Belgium (DP4431.E)
Tuas, Singapore (DP4431.S)
Inline & offline digital printing primers certified for use with HP Indigo presses.
Michelman's DigiPrime is the recommended brand of in-line and off-line primers for HP Indigo presses.
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