Wilh. Haber™ Solvent

Wilhelm. Haber ™ solvent-based stamping inks

Stamping inks based on solvent are also called solvent stamping inks. Under the name Wilhelm Haber™ we produce solvent stamping inks for a wide range of applications. Solvent inks are to be used, where the surface to be printed on is smooth and not very absorbent at all. These are, for example, materials made of foil, wood, stone, metal, sheet metal, rubber, plastic, porcelain, ceramics, terracotta, leather, polystyrene EPS, glass, acrylic and many more.

Basically, a solvent ink is characterized by the fact that it dries within a few seconds after application by evaporation of the solvent, and depending on the admixed binder finds optimal support on the special substrate. Depending on the material that is to be stamped, the color, the drying rate, the shelf life requirement and the processing speed, such an ink can have very different demands on the formulation and the raw materials that are used.

Our Wilhelm Haber™ stamping inks are available in a variety of formulations, tailored to the user’s needs for the best results possible. The basic range is built on our all-purposed Primalot™ solvent stamp ink (see table below). It achieves a good result on all surfaces.

Special stamping inks Lenizett™ and Paradol™ for marking polystyrene, Styropor®, EPS

Stamp ink or dating ink K70 to K85 for Krones® filling lines in 0.3 liter PET cups with corresponding threaded connection, or up to 200 kg barrels.

Machine stamp ink L110 and L112 for Tetra Pak® machines for marking Tetra Paks with an expiration date.

All mentioned brand names such as Krones® or Tetra Pak® serve here only to identify the different areas of application of our inks and are the property of their respective owners.

K238548Solvent-based stamping inks