Press Release Summary:
Used for decorating PE and PP plastic products, Polyfuze is composed of pigmented plastic that withstands all wear testing and is 100% permanent. Multi-colored technologyÃ‚Â can be applied using traditional hot stamp machinery and fuses or welds into PE/PP plastic product as permanent part of product itself. Able to be recycled with PE/PP plastic products, polymer-based graphics solution can be manufactured to comply with FDA, ASTM, CPSIA, RoHS, and REACH requirements.
Original Press Release:
New Decorating Technology for Injection Molding
Heat Fused Graphics for Polyethylene & Polypropylene
Clarkdale, AZ –Â iMIG Systems has a unique new graphics solution for decorating polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) plastic products called Polyfuze. This innovative, multi-colored technology is unlike any other decorating method available on the market today. Polyfuze is NOT an in-mold label, hot stamp, heat transfer, pad print or screen print.
What it is:
• The Polyfuze graphic is unique because it is composed of pigmented plastic instead of traditional ink, which degrades over time and fades under weathering. Traditional ink also can be removed with chemicals, while Polyfuze withstands all wear testing and is 100% permanent.
• The Polyfuze graphic is applied using traditional hot stamp machinery and literally fuses or welds into a PE/PP plastic product, becoming a permanent part of the product itself.
• Because Polyfuze is polymer based, it can be recycled with PE/PP plastic products.
• The Polyfuze graphic can be manufactured to meet the following compliances: FDA, ASTM, CPSIA, RoHS and REACH.
Polyfuze is currently used by a variety of companies, including Unarco Industries (shopping cart warning labels), Otto Environmental (waste / recycling containers) and Rehrig Pacific (reusable shipping products).
About The Company: iMIG Systems is a division of Mold In Graphic SystemsÂ®, a respected global company that has been permanently branding the rotational mold industry forover 30 years. MIGS formed a new division, iMIG Systems, to service the fast paced injection mold industry with graphics on a roll, to keep up with high volume production.