The new Linx Black Ink 3203 also offers the benefits of reduced odor and lower solvent consumption with lower VOC emissions. Customers benefit from reduced user interventions saving time spent refilling solvent.
Formulated to meet a wide range of customer needs this new general-purpose ink is suitable for production environments in which MEK is restricted.
It delivers excellent adhesion on packaging materials typically used in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries including PET, glass and OPP.
"The launch of this new ink reduces the administrative requirements associated with MEK to our customers and our partners," said Simon Millett, Inks product manager at Linx.