Domino Digital Printing Solutions has launched the UV95, its new 7-color food packaging compliant UV digital ink set at Labelexpo Europe 2019. The company is present at its Stands 9A60 and 9B50 in Hall 9. This will be a new ink set option available for use within its N610i digital label press.
“UV95 sets a new standard for UV digital inks and their use within non-direct food contact applications. I am delighted to launch this new non-CMR ink set at Labelexpo,” said Louise Adcock, N-Series product manager.
UV95 has been formulated for many non-direct food packaging applications and, under the right conditions, is migration compliant. UV95 is compliant with EuPIA Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), with all materials used listed on the Swiss Ordinance for Food Packaging Inks. The ink set has been developed in line with Nestlé’s guidance on food packaging inks and is fully compliant with the EuPIA exclusion policy.
Most importantly, it is a non-CMR ink set and, therefore, subject to migration status, can comply with the European Union plastic materials and articles intended to be in contact with food regulation. In addition to compliance, UV95 does not compromise reliability or other mechanical properties, also providing excellent adhesion properties and abrasion resistance.
At Labelexpo Europe 2019, Domino Digital Printing Solutions is hosting presentations daily about the Domino N610i reel-to-reel label press and the formal launch of UV95 on Stand 9A60 at 11:15 a.m. and 14:45 p.m. on 25 and 26 September and at 11:15 a.m. on 27 September. Other planned demonstrations include the Domino N610i hybrid digital label press, K600i digital embellishment including digital printing of varnish and digital cold foiling, and the latest K600i high-speed monochrome variable data imprinting.
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