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Article | February 29, 1996
MEK ink replacement
Willett America (Ft. Worth, TX) has developed a line of ethyl acetate-based inks designed to replace methyl ethyl ketone inks. EA inks release less odors than MEK inks, are biodegradable and can be easily broken down and absorbed in the human body, says the company.
The inks are for use in Willett's large- and small-character ink-jet printers.
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