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INX Digital Develops IOS UV Curable CMYKLcLm and White Inks

Published on 2014-10-16. Author : SpecialChem

SAN LEANDRO, CA -- In a continuing effort to provide more grand format application options for use in the POP and packaging markets including corrugated work, INX Digital has developed another new and durable inkjet ink set. The high performance IOS UV curable CMYKLcLm and white inks exhibit many user-friendly benefits and are designed for use with Inca® Onset series printers.

"Based on the response we received during the beta testing period, I believe the IOS inks will be in high demand," commented Susie Mendelssohn, North American Sales Manager and International Marketing Manager, for INX Digital.

"IOS has several advantages over the OEM inks. In addition to being both color and chemically compatible, it allows for easy conversion where you simply drain the OEM ink and change the filters. IOS also has greater flexibility and provides better adhesion, and the white ink is outstanding; it’s a brighter white that doesn’t show yellowing upon curing. On top of everything, there is a notable cost savings using IOS."

Manufactured to the stringent guidelines of all TRIANGLE® brand inks, IOS was developed to be long lasting and is supported by the INX Outdoor Durability and Ink Train warranties, which are the most comprehensive in the industry.

About INX International Ink Co.

INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer 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 print applications. As one of the leading global manufacturers of inkjet inks, it provides a full palette of digital ink systems, advanced technologies and integrated services.

Source: INX International Ink Co.

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