INX will also introduce a new food packaging solution at the Sept. 24-27 event in Brussels.
“As part of a global company, we are able to support our customers for the many different demands this market requires," said Stefano Rogora, marketing manager EMEA for INX Digital. "That’s important because today’s world changes much faster. Customers know our products are safe and reliable, and when it comes to innovation, we have the solutions to keep them ahead of their competition.”
As a premier partner with Technosolutions, INX is launching its next-generation Gelflex series of EB flexo inks. INX Gelflex offers superior low viscosity, high strength, and stability. The inks have significantly reduced VOCs compared to solvent products.
Labelexpo Europe attendees will have the opportunity to talk to INX personnel about the INXCure LW series of offset inks cured by LED and HUV, which improves uptime, reduces waste, and lowers press variance.
There are advantages with a wide range of INXFlex UV flexo products, including ultra-high shrink, High Transfer Label and Low Migration inks for food packaging. A full complement of rotary screen products is available, including whites and tactile coatings.
INX’s award-winning EB Low Migration solution will be at the show. The SGIA 2018 Product of the Year for Digital Inks – Industrial and Packaging, Prodigy EGBA is a premium Electron Beam inkjet ink used in Uteco’s GAIA printer.
It offers benefits such as strong adhesion to a range of traditional label material and film, with high chemical and scratch resistance. Various inkjet UV LED, water-based and EB inks will be presented that are designed to run on a variety of printers with FUJIFILM Dimatrix Samba, Kyocera, Ricoh Gen5 and Xaar printheads.
INXhrc, natural-based inks designed with clean and renewable ingredients, improve production efficiencies, increase ink mileage with less resource consumption and waste generation, and contain fewer chemicals compared to traditional inks, thereby reducing regulatory risk. INXhrc can help reduce a company’s CO2 footprint by 25 to 30% in comparison to standard aqueous inks, INX said.
The HMJ200 Small Batch ink dispenser will also be demonstrated. It is fully automated to dispense up to 14 valve stations. Two-stage pulse valves ensure fast dispensing, combined with excellent precision and repeatability. Available for water-based or UV Curable inks, it also offers an automated valve cleaning system.