aniline ink

aniline ink

[′an·əl·ən ‚iŋk]
(materials)
A fast-drying printing ink that is a solution of a coal-tar dye in an organic solvent or a solution of a pigment in an organic solvent or water.
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The "anilox roll" name came about because one of the early aniline ink manufacturers was Intcrchemical Corporation, and the suffix used in naming their inks often had an "ox" on it.