INX will display a wide range of superior, high performance lamination inks for flexible packaging, the entire energy curable product line, and low migration inks and coatings. In addition, visitors can also find special effects inks and coatings for commercial printing, water-based flexo inks for corrugated board including non-slip varnish, and high color sheetfed inks.
The various attributes of Belle Color, Innova, Lamiall and Synergy lamination inks makes it easier for drupa visitors to find the best solution. These ink systems offer exceptional adhesion and bond strength, superior strength and resolubility, and excellent printability and heat resistance.
Belle Color is a solvent-based gravure ink system for adhesive or extrusion lamination. It is specially formulated for retort, boil-in-bag and diverse packaging applications. Innova is another solvent ink system, and it helps printers improve printability while lowering their ink inventory levels. It is designed to work with a variety of solvent-based, water-based and solvent-less adhesive systems, providing excellent adhesive smear resistance and very low solvent retention levels.
Synergy is a flexographic lamination ink formulated specifically for high press speeds of 2,000 feet per minute. This solvent ink system is ideal for general-purpose snack food packaging, whereas Lamiall is used for multi-layer packaging film. A premier laminating ink that produces sharp and clear images, Lamiall is versatile and can be used on a broad range of substrates.
Commercial printers will see the energy curable product options INX has to offer, including UV LED and Low Energy. The DreamCure and INXCure brands have produced unsurpassed print quality for years on a wide variety of paper, board, plastic and flexible substrates. INX UV LED and Low Energy ink systems offer exceptionally fast curing rates and provide superior color stability on press, with less waste and color variation throughout the run.
Food packagers focused on compliant inks and coatings can turn to INX regulatory experts and chemists for guidance on the latest industry updates. Visitors will also have the opportunity to learn more by picking up a free copy of “Low Migration inks in Packaging.”