Linx Printing Technologies has expanded its range of paints for specialists with the introduction of a new formula that responds to the demands of coding on oily surfaces.
La ink black Linx 1062 with penetration oil prints effectively through light layers of oil on a wide range of materials including plastics, metals, glass, and waxed surfaces. Linx 1062 ink also provides strong adhesion to oriented polypropylene (OPP) and other plastic films, making it ideal for food and industrial applications.
Compatible with the full range of Linx 8900 printers, Linx 1062 ink is a butanone-based ink with a fast drying time of one to two seconds, capable of adhering to substances with an oil or grease film to provide reliable durability long-term code. Provides optimal contrast and legibility on transparent and pale-colored materials. Its heat resistant properties also ensure good code readability after autoclaving or firing.
Common applications include light engineering, automotive, aerospace, wax coated PVC cables and all kinds of metal components, as well as canned food and packaging film for continuous wrap, bags and packages in food industries such as meat, the bakery and the confectionery.