Jonathan Graunke, INX Vice President – Energy Curable Technology, will take part in the session on “A New Paradigm of UV Speeds – Keeping Up at 20,000 SPH,” scheduled for Monday, March 4 at 11:15 a.m. Mr. Graunke will support any ink questions on ultra high speed sheetfed printing that will arise from the presentation given by James Caro of All Packaging Co.
INX offers a full product line of energy curable inks and coatings that include low migration technologies. Attendees visiting the INX table will be able to learn more about special effects, UV-LED ink systems and low migration. With the many changes taking place involving UV printing capabilities, legislative issues and new technologies, Mr. Graunke believes the Print UV Conference is the place to find the right answers.
“Our low migration products meet the requirements of legislative regulations and industry specific guidelines,” said Mr. Graunke, who will be joined at the conference by other INX technical experts. “Low Migration is a hot topic and that’s why we want to discuss the technical, legal and best practice ramifications. I’m also interested in hearing what Dr. Stephen Klump of Nestle has to say about the latest developments.”
Dr. Klump, global packaging quality and safety manager for Nestle in Switzerland, is scheduled to discuss “Energy Curable Ink Safety – Nestle” on March 4 at 3:15 p.m.
INX has compiled a comprehensive guide on “Low Migration Inks in Packaging.” Attendees are invited to stop by the INX table during the conference to pick up a complimentary copy.