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A leading pharmaceutical manufacturer has upgraded its Linx laser coders from 30W to 60W to meet increased throughput requirements for the COVID-19 vaccine from its Belgian production facility.

Linx Printing Technologies has introduced an MEK-free, alcohol-resistant ink. The new Linx Black alcohol-resistant ink 3085 is specifically designed for use in food and beverage manufacturing applications where the packaging and containers are subjected to alcohol during processing.

Find out what Linx is showcasing at PACKEXPO Connects 2020 and sign up to attend one of the small character inkjet product demos.

Linx Printing Technologies has launched a new series of TT (Thermal Transfer) overprinters, designed to deliver a low total cost of ownership and to increase customers’ production line output with an easy to use coding and marking solution.

Linx Printing Technologies has introduced a fast-drying, general-purpose black ink that does not contain MEK, but delivers the good print quality and excellent adhesion expected with typical MEK based inks.

The new Linx Black retort ink 1077 has been specifically developed for the company’s market-leading Linx 8900 Series continuous ink jet (CIJ) coders and is a dye based MEK ink.

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