Typical cleaning agents in the metal cleaning sector are mainly petrochemicals of fossil origin. Estimated to account for more than 1/10 of total demand, these petrochemical solvants contributes significantly to total VOC emissions. Ester solvents are environmental friendly and safe alternatives. Moreover due to their high efficiency and low evaporation rate the use of Radia esters is also cost effective.
Vegetable oil esters are excellent alternatives for mineral distillates in offset printing. Radia ester solvents comply with the most recent legislation regarding food contact materials (Swiss Ordinance and EU 10/2011) and are therefore the solvents of choice for the formulation of offset printing inks for food contact. They improve pigment wetting which results in stronger color intensities, and higher molecular weight esters with low viscosity allow the formulation of low migration inks.
|Product Name||Description||Chemical Name||Remarks|
|Radia 7040||no VOC solvent||N-butyl oleate||Linear structure|
|Radia 7108||no VOC solvent||Glycerol Tri-Caprate/Caprylate||High molecular weight|
|Radia 7126||no VOC solvent||2-EthylHexyl Caprate/Caprylate||Good drying properties|
|Radia 7127||no VOC solvent||2-EthylHexyl Laurate||.|
|Radia 7130||no VOC solvent||2-EthylHexyl Oleate||.|
|Radia 7191||no VOC solvent||IsoPropyl Myristate||.|
|Radia 7192||no VOC solvent||IsoPropyl Laurate||Good drying properties|
|Radia 7230||no VOC solvent||IsoButyl Oleate||.|
|Radia 7231||no VOC solvent||IsoPropyl Oleate||.|
|Radia 7363||no VOC solvent||Glycerol Trioleate||Oily|