Primers explicitly designed for use on HP Indigo equipment with an in-line priming applicator to impart a print-receptive surface to most substrates, and improve the ink transfer and adhesion of HP Indigo ElectroInk. Learn more about Michem In-Line Primer »
Imparts a print-receptive surface to most substrates to improve the ink transfer and adhesion of HP Indigo Electroinks. It is used in the in-line priming unit available as options on both the WS6000 and WS6600 presses. The primer improves the surface of a wide range of paper substrates, both uncoated and clay-coated of various basis weights, as well as PSA label stocks with paper or polyolefin face-stocks, including textured papers and transparent labelstock. 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 - Indigo ILP station, OEM - Indigo ws6000, OEM - Indigo 8000|
|Appearance||White, translucent liquid|
|pH||8.0 – 10.0|
|Percent Non-Volatile||27.5% – 29.0%|
|Brookfield Viscosity Range||< 100|
Description: Primer for Digital Printing
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 Michem® In-Line Primer 030
Cincinnati, OH, USA (ILP030)
Aubange, Belgium (ILP030.E)
Tuas, Singapore (ILP030.S)
Primers explicitly designed for use on HP Indigo equipment with an in-line priming applicator to impart a print-receptive surface to most su…
Michelman's DigiPrime is the recommended brand of in-line and off-line primers for HP Indigo presses.
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