Prima Chemicals, Making Dynamic Metal Complex Solvent Dyes to Diverse Industrial Applications

Prima Chemicals, a renowned dye making company based on Ahmedabad – India, has an extensive market exposure in manufacturing a huge array of vivacious dyes and intermediates. A range of colors produced by us is perfectly matchable to almost every industry, changeable by various applications. Medium of almost all sorts will well integrate with our dyes, adhering with surfaces via durable and effective coloring effects.

Our technical expertise includes types of dyes including Acid Dyes, Solvent Dyes, Pigments, Solvent Dyes, Color Masterbatches etc. Today, we are going to focus on one of our elite production strength, a vigorous product – the Metal Complex Dye, in great solubility with solvent. We call it Primasol Dyes, named after our company Prima Chemicals.

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Metal Complex Solvent Dyes – Primasol

Our expert production! We are manufacturing an extensive series of industry-grade dyes suiting to various market needs. Amongst the best metal dye products, a solvent black 29 is our ever made dye production being widely popular to a pack of market applications. The key intermediates are also our domestic products.

Primasol: With Great Qualities

A product manufacturing embedded with the local raw materials just makes our products superior in quality; that may include:

Dynamic range of coloring patterns for inks and foils
Absence of disqualified amines as per 21CFR
Little metal substance in line with EN71
No drizzling even after extensive storage
Superior heat solidity
Favorable solvent solubility; e.g. Ethanol, Butyl Cellosolve, MEK, Ethoxy / Methoxy – Propanol and other scented solvents

Metal-Complex Solvent Dyes, Applied To

Various applications of metal complex dyes include many mediums. A selection of dyes is taken from Neozapon, Orasol and Savinyl series, offering superior dyes at market-competitive prices. The means of applications may include printing and inkjet inks (Flexographic, offset Inks etc.), wood stains, stationary inks, prints for aluminium foils, filming metallized polyester, leather topcoats and various paints including locomotive paints, engineering paints and other paints based on solvent.