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INX at Print UV Conference: to Feature its Long Wavelength UV Inks

Published on 2017-02-15. Author : SpecialChem

Schaumburg, IL -- INX has announced that it will feature several long wavelength LED/H-UV type UV inks at Print UV 2017, set for March 29-31 at the Encore by Wynn Resort in Las Vegas.

Recognized industry-wide as one of the leaders in UV/EB technology, INX offers best-in-class solutions with a complete line of UV/EB ink technology solutions.

Long Wavelength UV Inks

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INX at Print UV Conference: to Feature
its Long Wavelength UV Inks

  • INXCure™ UV LED and H-UV/LE are robust, low energy inks that eliminate extra steps and reduce costs
  • They are 100% reactive and require less energy to cure, electricity costs are cut and UV light life is prolonged
  • Both inks also are suitable for high-end sheetfed applications 

Delivering Unsurpassed Print Quality

INX has a full range of UV/EB ink capabilities for:
  • Offset
  • Flexographic 
  • Plastic applications

They deliver unsurpassed print quality on a many different substrates, including paper, board and plastic.

INX experts will also be available to discuss the latest trends with exterior food packaging properties and chemical resistance.

About INX International

INX International Ink Co. is one of the largest producers of inks in North America with over 15 facilities in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of Sakata INX worldwide operations. It offers a complete line of ink and coating solutions technology for commercial, packaging and digital applications.

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Source: INX International
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