Fujifilm announced CuremaX IDFC – the company’s first ever indirect food contact ink.
The ink series is a range of gloss LED UV inks with the added option to cure under conventional lamps. This dual cure range has been specifically developed for printing on food and pharmaceutical packaging with indirect food contact and has minimal risk of migration. The inks are suitable for use on narrow web labels, including a range of applications from self-adhesive labels and unsupported films to saturated pouches and shrink sleeves.
CuremaX is suitable for use on all typical synthetic and non-synthetic substrates used by label printers including PE, PP, OPP, PET, PVC and aluminium as well as coated and uncoated papers. The inks are available in a range of low-viscosity high press-ready colours, offering high colour-density, and can replicate the full pantone colour library. Additionally, the range is over-printable with thermal transfer ribbons and cold foil adhesives.
Author: Noticias Gran Formato Latin America