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Article | April 30, 2001
Domino: Ink-jet coding ink
Domino Amjet (Gurnee, IL) has developed 767BK, a thermochromic ink-jet coding ink said to verify sterilization. Ink changes color from black to blue when steam sterilized at 256°F to 428°F for 20 min.
Specifically designed for food canners ink can also be used on retortable pouches. With a drying time of 2 to 6 sec depending on substrate ink is said to provide abrasion resistance.
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