LCR Hallcrest Publishes Thermochromic Pigment Solvent Compatibility Chart

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LCR Hallcrest is pleased to publish and make available on its website an updated solvent compatibility chart that identifies the solvents compatible with the various LCR Hallcrest Thermochromic (Chromazone) products. This table is designed to mitigate the issues surrounding the utilization of specialty pigments and inks.

LCR Hallcrest is pleased to publish and make available on its website a solvent compatibility chart that identifies the solvents compatible with the various LCR Hallcrest Thermochromic (Chromazone) products. This table is designed to mitigate the issues surrounding the utilization of specialty pigments and inks. Industrial and printing thermochromic applications typically are unique, niche practices that fall outside the standard usually accomplished on a project basis.

LCR Hallcrest recognizes that atypical industrial and printing applications require additional technical attention and support. Aware of this need the company continually strives to proactively provide its customers with the information and service necessary for them to deliver a quality product that performs.

LCR Hallcrest Thermochromic products activation temperature points range from low refrigeration type temperatures through normal body temperatures to high temperatures that exceed the pain threshold.

LCR Hallcrest thermochromic formulations are available as a finished ink or pigment. Colors and temperatures can be customized to your application and printing capability. Thermochromic Temperature Range:
-10ºC to 69ºC (14ºF to 156ºF)

“LCR Hallcrest is a leading supplier of Thermochromic products and prides itself on providing exceptional technical support” comments Scott Szafraniec National Sales Manager “and we see the publication of the solvent compatibility chart as a demonstration of our continued commitment to furthering the utilization and science of Thermochromic materials”

Compatibility chart and additional information is available through customer service

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