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Domino Unveils Yellow Ink 2YL912 for A-Series range of CIJ Printers

Published on 2014-02-13. Author : SpecialChem

Domino Printing Sciences has launched a new yellow ink for its one of the world's leading, easy-to-use, A-Series range of CIJ (continuous ink jet) printers. Providing outstanding performance and a level of reliability that has previously been unachievable from a yellow ink in the industry as a whole, the 2YL912 is ideal for a wide range of challenging applications across a variety of sectors, and remains highly reliable even at elevated temperatures of up to 45°C.

"Our new ink provides superior performance on a wide range of substrates including HDPE and LDPE," comments Nick Plaister, Product Manager for CIJ at Domino. "Everyone knows that yellow ink in CIJ can be problematic, but we have used our knowledge and developed this new addition as a simple solution for coding onto dark or black surfaces. We expect it to be predominantly useful for personal care, food & beverage - where dark labels or glass are being used - as well as some industrial applications. With a 12 month shelf life, and operating in the temperature range 5-45°C, we anticipate excellent feedback from the market, and look forward to rolling this out across Europe over the coming months."

About Domino

Founded in 1978, Domino Printing Sciences, has established a global reputation for the continual development and manufacture of its total coding and printing technologies that meet the needs of manufacturers and sets new industry standards in quality and reliability. Through a global network of 25 subsidiary offices and in excess of 200 distributors, Domino Printing Sciences plc sells to over 120 countries offering extensive customer support. In 2012, Domino Printing Sciences plc achieved a turnover of £312.1 million; it is listed in the FTSE 250 share index on the London Stock Exchange (share code DNO|). The Group employs 2,200 people worldwide with manufacturing facilities situated in UK, China, Germany, India, Sweden and USA.

Source: Domino

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