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Thermal Inkjet Printer Ink dries quick on non-porous substrates.

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January 28, 2013 - Intended for 8510 and Wolke thermal ink jet (TIJ) printer lines, Non-Porous Black ink (WLK660072) is formulated for accelerated drying on such non-porous materials as coated or lacquered cartons, blister package materials, and some plastics. Solvent-based ink maintains its light and water resistance, withstanding fading and smearing under routine conditions and/or after water contact. Adhesion to various substrates is also possible without use of dryer or need to modify substrate.

Videojet Technologies, Inc.

1500 Mittel Blvd., Wood Dale, IL, 60191-1073, USA

Original Press Release

Videojet® Introduces New Ink for 8510 and Wolke Thermal Ink Jet Printers

Press release date: January 24, 2013

Non-Porous Black Ink Designed to Dry Quickly On A Variety of Substrates

WOOD DALE, Ill. – Videojet Technologies Inc., a world-leading manufacturer of coding, printing and laser marking products, fluids and accessories for the product identification industry, announced the launch of a new ink for its 8510 and Wolke thermal ink jet (TIJ) printer lines. The Non-Porous Black ink (WLK660072) was designed for fast dry times on a wide range of non-porous materials.

“Our customers not only need high quality printers, but also high-performing inks that will fulfill their coding needs. Non-Porous Black ink for our thermal ink jet printers enables customers in a variety of industries to print codes with excellent quality,” said Casey Robertson, Videojet’s North American thermal ink jet product manager.

Non-porous Black is a specially-formulated, solvent-based ink designed to dry quickly on a range of surfaces, such as coated or lacquered cartons, blister package materials and some plastics. In addition, the ink maintains excellent light and water resistance, withstanding fading and smearing under routine conditions and/or after water contact.  Since HP technology is being utilized to print this ink, customers can expect no costly maintenance and very simple operation.

The Non-Porous Black ink dries quickly and adheres to a variety of substrates without the use of a dryer, or the need to modify the substrate.  It also extends the code assurance features of the Videojet 8510 and Wolke m600 touch printers to a wider range of applications. Customers packaging food, personal care items or consumer packaged goods that often use coated cartons or labels, will find the Videojet Non-Porous Black ink beneficial. Because the ink is solvent-based, delivering quick dry times for blister packaging becomes especially useful to companies in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries.

For more information on the new ink and the Videojet 8510 and Wolke thermal ink jet printers, please call 800-843-3610 or visit www.videojet.com.

About Videojet
Videojet Technologies Inc. is a world-leading manufacturer of coding, printing and laser marking products, fluids, and accessories for the product identification industry. As experts in continuous ink jet (CIJ), thermal ink jet (TIJ), case coding, thermal transfer overprinting (TTO), array, and laser technologies, Videojet has more than 275,000 units installed worldwide. Sales, service, training, administrative and application support is provided by direct operations worldwide, including Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom, with more than 250 direct sales and service personnel in the United States alone. Videojet’s distribution network includes more than 175 distributors and OEMs, serving 135 countries.

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