Source for archival-quality ink

S.C.Byers scbyers at intouch.bc.ca
Fri Feb 18 20:40:03 EST 2000


For your further information, the following is an abbreviated excerpt from 
the SPNHC list server, NHCOLL regarding a source for archival-quality 
ink:

"Phillip's Process Corp.'s black actinic ink is apparently a very long-lived 
magnesium dioxide formulation (will survive a nuclear blast!). It's available 
through University Products. No really good archival reds seem to be 
available; we've had significant fading of red inks used in the past 50 
years, even when stored in darkness.  Phillip's (in Rochester, NY) will 
make an ochre or a yellow titanium-based archival ink.  And interestingly, 
they also make (or used to) an archival invisible ink. 

Kathie T. Hodge, Assistant Professor of Mycology Dept. of Plant 
Pathology, and L.H. Bailey Hortorium Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 
14853 <kh11 at cornell.edu>  

As mentioned in a previous email University Products offers archival quality
materials such as Resistall. Contact: <info at universityproducts.com>

Cheers,

Sheila Byers
Vancouver, BC
<scbyers at intouch.bc.ca>


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