The Printing Ink Manual

  • Editors
  • R. H. Leach
  • R. J. Pierce
  • E. P. Hickman
  • M. J. Mackenzie
  • H. G. Smith

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. R. H. Leach, R. J. Pierce
    Pages 1-13
  3. J. W. Birkenshaw
    Pages 14-85
  4. J. F. Brown, K. Lau
    Pages 86-139
  5. M. Clayton
    Pages 140-323
  6. G. B. Burdall
    Pages 324-341
  7. G. B. Burdall, D. Owen, R. Paradine
    Pages 342-452
  8. J. E. Kenee, P. O'Flynn
    Pages 453-473
  9. B. Hancock
    Pages 474-546
  10. F. C. Wyatt
    Pages 547-598
  11. M. J. Barker
    Pages 599-635
  12. I. Hargreaves
    Pages 636-677
  13. A. Hudd
    Pages 678-698
  14. M. J. Heath
    Pages 699-765
  15. G. A. Tabbernor
    Pages 766-803
  16. P. Simpson
    Pages 804-864
  17. D. Easterby
    Pages 865-900
  18. J. L. Orpwood
    Pages 901-956
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 957-993

About this book


The first edition of the Printing Ink Manual was published by the Society of British Printing Ink Manufacturers in 1961 to fill the need for an authorative textbook on printing technology, which would serve both as a training manual and a reliable reference book for everyday use. The book soon became established as a standard source of information on printing inks and reached its fourth edition by 1988. This, the fifth edition, is being published only five years later, so rapid has been the development in technology. The objective of the Printing Ink Manual remains unchanged. It is a practical handbook designed for use by everyone engaged in the printing ink industry and the associated industries. It provides all the information required by the ink technical for the day-to-day formulation of printing inks. It supplies the factory manager with details of the latest equipment and manufacturing methods, including large-scale production, and gives guidance on achieving quality assessment and total quality management specifications. Care has been taken to maintain the value of the Manual for training both technical personnel and others who requiresome kn- ledge of inks. Readers with little scientific knowledge will not find dif- culty in using the Manual, but sufficient chemistry and physics have been included to provide an explanation of the underlying principles and theories governing the behaviour of inks for use by the advanced te- nologist. Suppliers of raw materials, substrate manufacturers, printers and print users will find the book a valuable source of information.


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