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INX To Launch Products at Labelexpo Americas

SCHAUMBURG, IL | INX International Ink Co. will feature a line-up of both new and established products at Labelexpo Americas, September 13–15, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.

Company will introduce the HMJ-250 medium batch automated ink dispenser built it by HMJ tech. This machine boasts many features including fully automated valve cleaning and single point dispensing into any container, from narrow-neck jugs to six-gallon pails. The system is designed to work with HMJ tech’s modular media farm, which can draw from a wide range of sources including kits, drums, and bulk containers.

Reportedly, the HMJ-250 can be customized for any ink room and can be configured for up to 24 stations of water-based, UV-curable, or solvent-based inks. The solid-state industrial control system is said to offer true, real-time dispensing that can produce a four-ingredient gallon of ink in only 90 seconds. Whether it is a few batches a day or back-to-back production, the HMJ delivers clean, quick and precise dispensing.

Also on display will be the NW210 inkjet UV digital narrow web press with UV LED advanced curing technology. It delivers single-pass output on any label stock at speeds to 80 fpm, combining printing and conversion to produce what company says is outstanding color printed labels at a maximum printing width of 210 mm. It incorporates a Spartanics laser die-cutting station and Xaar patented technology with multiple drop sizes and color ink channels.

AquaTech ION water-based flexographic label inks are said to provide multiple benefits and high press stability over a wide range of speeds. The ION-T Thermal Series is designed for printers using higher line anilox rolls to 1,500 lines. The ION-P Series has reportedly produced outstanding results on most prime label substrates, in addition to semi-gloss, EDP, and many pressure-sensitive and tag liners.

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