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  • JoinNAPIM
    Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Join NAPIM NAPIM membership is a company membership Therefore once your company is approved for membership everyone will be able to utilize the NAPIM member benefits When you fill out a membership application you will have the option to add up to 10 people from your company If you chose to not add any additional employees they can add themselves at a later date Below are the NAPIM membership groups NAPIM membership is broken down into two groups Ink Manufacturers and Technical Associate Members Each group received the same member benefits within NAPIM Please scroll down to fill out a membership application for the correct group If you experience any problems during this process please contact NAPIM at 770 209 7289 Ink Manufacturer Members NAPIM s Ink Manufacturer Members pay on a quarterly basis Their dues are calculated by the previous years annual sales The chart with the different rates can be found below All NAPIM memberships must

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  • currentmembers
    Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Ink Manufacturer Members Actega North America Inc Alden Ott Printing Inks LP American Inks Coatings Corp Braden Sutphin Ink Co Central Ink Corp Chromatic Technologies Inc Colorcon No Tox Products Flint Group Gans Ink and Supply Co Inc Graphix Essentials Hi Tech Color Inc hubergroup Canada Limited Ink Systems Inc INX Digital International Co INX International Ink Co Joules Angstrom U V Printing Inks Corp Magnum Inks Coatings Mallard Ink Co Inc Matsui International OMNITECH Optihue Inks Press Color Ink Quality Inks Inc Siegwerk USA Co Sun Chemical Corporate Sun Chemical Corporation North American Inks Superior Printing Ink Co Inc Toyo Ink America LLC UVitec Printing Ink Inc Supplier TAM Members ABC Chemical Exports Pvt Ltd Aceto Corporation Air Products and Chemicals Inc Allnex Alvar Inc American Gilsonite Company Apollo Colors Inc BASF Corporation Buhler Inc Cabot Corporation Calumet Specialty Products Clariant Columbian Chemicals Company Day Glo Color Corporation Dow Chemical Company DSM NeoResins Eastman Chemical Company Kodak

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  • Bookstore
    Please login Bookstore Pay By Credit Card Pay With Check Item Description Member Price Non Member Price 2010 NAPIM Printing Ink Handbook 6th Edition An introductory level technical primer intended for people working in the printing ink industry ink manufacturers suppliers printers students and people related to the industries paper press manufacturing pressroom chemistry etc and print buyers This book is a revision in content and organization of the 5th edition published in 1988 and reflects the many changes that have taken place in raw materials formulation techniques product requirements and new printing technologies Single Copy 90 2 9 Copies 80 10 Copies 70 Single Copy 150 2 9 Copies 120 10 Copies 105 Bar Code Ink Manufacturers Graphics Industry Bar Code GIBC 2 Specification Manual The Graphic Communication Association GCA has now produced a specification manual 2nd edition and it is available from NAPIM or GCA 36 48 Drug Screening in the Work Place Provides an introduction to the basic principles of drug screening outlines some of the legal implications and liabilities and provides cautions and guidance to companies planning to institute a Drug Screening Program 25 Not Available Introduction to Printing Ink A 12 page booklet designed to help improve the understanding of printing ink This illustrated booklet is intended to give a simple overview of ink what it is and how it is used 6 10 Lock out Tag out Rule Control of Hazardous Energy Sources This document provides a program which can be adapted to individual locations for compliance with the requirements of OSHA s Control of Hazardous Energy Sources Lock out Tag out Rule 29CFR 1910 147 75 150 Printing Ink Manual 5th Edition Published by Kluwer Academic of London England the fifth edition contains a survey of ink technology discusses manufacturing methods and equipment

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  • Metals in Ink
    Area Market Information Foreign Trade EHS 2013 Tech Conference Presentations NAPIM Convention Proceedings My Profile Login Resources Trademarks Standards and Testing Buisness and Market Technical Regulatory Bookstore Printing Ink Today Metals in Ink Zero VOC Inks Update on Soy Inks Minimize Environmental Impact Biorenewable Content Program Announcements GHS Questions on Carbon Black SDS and conc ranges Members Click the graphic below to stay up to date NAPIM is a member of Two Sides 7th Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Metals in Ink There is currently a renewed interest in the environmental impact and safety of a whole range of manufactured materials including printing inks The recent media attention concerning the detection of toxic metals in pigmented coatings paints and inks applied to imported products has led to a plethora of published information as well as posted information on a variety of internet sites In many instances this information is incorrect inaccurate or misleading as there is a tendency to make generalizations about metals

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  • Zero VOC Inks
    Update on Soy Inks Minimize Environmental Impact Biorenewable Content Program Announcements GHS Questions on Carbon Black SDS and conc ranges Members Click the graphic below to stay up to date NAPIM is a member of Two Sides 7th Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Zero VOC Inks According to Federal EPA rules a zero VOC ink or coating is a formulation or substance which exhibits zero weight loss when subjected to an EPA Reference Method 24 analysis It is important to note that neither the Federal EPA nor any state air quality agency recognizes any substance or formulation with a VOC concentration above zero as zero VOC there is no deminimis VOC concentration Accurate reporting of VOC data is essential for compliance with state and federal air quality requirements It is entirely proper to ask to see the results of a Method 24 test to verify that there is zero change in weight to verify any claim of 0 VOC material You can also

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  • Update on Soy Inks
    Brochure Current Members Members Area Market Information Foreign Trade EHS 2013 Tech Conference Presentations NAPIM Convention Proceedings My Profile Login Resources Trademarks Standards and Testing Buisness and Market Technical Regulatory Bookstore Printing Ink Today Metals in Ink Zero VOC Inks Update on Soy Inks Minimize Environmental Impact Biorenewable Content Program Announcements GHS Questions on Carbon Black SDS and conc ranges Members Click the graphic below to stay up to date NAPIM is a member of Two Sides 7th Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Update on Soy Inks Printing with inks formulated with soybean oils as a replacement for petroleum based oils is one of a number of approaches aimed at reducing the environmental impact of printed products Generally this objective can be accomplished by reducing air pollutant emissions volatile organic compounds or VOC s using raw materials based on renewable resources and minimizing the impact of the entire life cycle of the ink from the production of the raw materials through the disposal

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  • Formulating Inks to Minimize Environmental Impact
    and conc ranges Members Click the graphic below to stay up to date NAPIM is a member of Two Sides 7th Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Formulating Inks to Minimize Environmental Impact This

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  • Biorenewable
    NAPIM Convention Proceedings My Profile Login Resources Trademarks Standards and Testing Buisness and Market Technical Regulatory Bookstore Printing Ink Today Metals in Ink Zero VOC Inks Update on Soy Inks Minimize Environmental Impact Biorenewable Content Program Announcements GHS Questions on Carbon Black SDS and conc ranges Members Click the graphic below to stay up to date NAPIM is a member of Two Sides 7th Annual Positively Print Award Program Now Open for Nominations Check Out the new NAPIM 3 Roll Mill Safety DVD CPIPC Meeting Schedule Stay on Top of Industry News NAPIM Blog RSS Feed NAPIM Member Resources Upcoming Events 2 016 CPIPC Golf Outing Biorenewable Content The Biorenewable Content BRC program identifies the use of bio derived renewable resources in printing ink formulations BRC program participation requires the submission of information detailing the amount of bioderived component in an individual printing ink formulation Submissions are reviewed for technical accuracy and completeness by NAPIM Upon approval a company specific registration number is issued BRC certified formulations are listed on the NAPIM website for verification by the printer NAPIM also issues distinctive BRC graphics for use by both the ink company and the printer using the BRC certified ink formulations

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