The effect of auxiliaries on the rheological and printing properties of paints
The effect of the printer's oil, faint-odour shortening paste and transparent white on the rheological and useful properties of paints has been investigated. It has been demonstrated that addition of oil and paste reduces the tackiness and viscosity of paint, improves its printability and reduces somewhat the relative contrast. An addition of white increases paint viscosity, does not change its shortness and improves its relative contrast. All the additives studied cause a decrease of the colour intensity without changing its shade.
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