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Ink Oil


Ink oils or "solvents" used in lithographic inks are high boiling, low vapor
pressure hydrocarbons. Ink oil is composed principally of normal paraffins
and naphthenic fractions of a petroleum distillate. These oils possess a
vapor pressure of less than 0.1 mm Hg at 70oF. Sheetfed ink oils usually
have initial boiling points greater than 500oF and boiling ranges extending
up to 800oF. Nonheatset web offset ink oils have initial boiling points
greater than 500oF and boiling ranges extending up to 1000oF. Newsprint
ink oils have boiling ranges extending up to 1000oF.

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