Three new additions to Domino’s range of CIJ (continuous ink jet) black inks – the 2BK026, the 2BK030, and the 2BK028 – are compatible with the company’s A-Series printers, and are particularly suitable for the food and aerospace component industries.
The Saphira Ink Low Energy UV 100 and 400 Series from Heidelberg have been developed for use with the company’s DryStar LE (Low Energy) UV drying technology, an energy-efficient process that reduces the number of dryer lamps required in the press, helping to cut energy consumption significantly.
Designed for use with its 1000 Line of continuous ink jet printers, Videojet’s V458-D UV ink is a UV fluorescent ink specifically formulated for dual-purpose applications that require both machine readable fluorescent and human readable codes.
Helping to reduce food-borne illnesses, Chromatic Technologies Inc. (CTI) has developed patent-pending ‘reveal inks’ that provide a “return to fridge” reminder that appears on packaging when the product – such as milk, yogurt, salsa, pickles, and ketchup – starts to warm up and can become vulnerable to spoilage
New ink from Code Tech for digital thermal ink-jet coding is for use in HP disposable ink-jet cartridges. This is a thermal resin ink that dries by adhesion as opposed to evaporation, which makes it suitable for a variety of non-porous substrates.
Zanasi’s 511 Plastic Bio Black ink is fully Mek (Methyl Ethyl Ketone)-free, does not release any harmful volatile organic component into the work environment, and consists exclusively of ethyl lactate, a plant-derived solvents made using components extracted from soy and corn.