Adhesive Varnish

August 10, 2005

Patent No. U.S. 6,506,242
RAFKA GmbH has been granted a patent for an adhesive varnish, adapted to retain powdered pigments, that contains colophony and pre-treated linseed oil in a solvent system including primarily naphtha (of the boiling range of about 80˚C through about 160˚C) and technical ethanol. A two-component system comprising the adhesive varnish and powdered pigment serves for temporary coloring and/or lettering of substrates made of glass, polished stone, glazed ceramic, surfaces of baked lacquer and synthetic or natural materials, in particular display windows.

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