Product Spec Sheets


Released by Micro Powders, Inc.

July 17, 2013

MPP-620 is a finely micronized Polyethylene. Additions of 1-3% (by weight) will impart excellent rub and mar resistance and surface slip to printing inks, paints and coatings. Due to the fine particle size of MPP-620, prior compounding or grinding is not necessary. Incorporation into most coatings can be readily achieved with high speed mixing equipment. MPP-620 has been formulated to provide excellent heat resistance and will impart greater resistance to solvent absorption and swelling than micronized synthetic waxes.

MPP-620 is available in four particle sizes.

MPP-620 is recommended for use in the following: IR, UV, heat-set web offset and quick setting sheet fed printing inks; metal decorating paints and printing inks (conventional and non varnish types); coil coatings, powder coatings and high gloss overprint varnishes. MPP-620 has shown to provide excellent anti-blocking properties when added to flexographic and gravure inks, as well as, water and solvent based wood finishes.

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