Sun Chemical to launch new pad printing inks

Sun Chemical, together with its German screen printing division, Coates Screen Inks GmbH, is to introduce its latest pad printing inks at the K show in October.

The new pad printing ink is free from a number of raw materials including BPA, cyclohexanone, butyl glycolate and aromatic hydrocarbons making it environmentally friendly and safe to use for food, drink and medical applications. It is compliant with RoHS, REACH and EuPIA standards and meets the EU Toy Safety Directive DIN EN ISO 71-3:2013 as well as USP Class VI – Certificate for medical applications.

It works with several substrates including hard PVC, acrylic, polystyrene, duroplastics, polyester, thermoplastics, metals and varnished surfaces and is suitable for a wide range of substrates and applications including bottle caps, medical syringes, toys and mobile phones.

Sun Chemical will also show off its SunHytek inks for automotive and hitech applications, SunPad inks for pad printing, SunCarte inks for laminated plastic cards, SunPromo graphic inks for plastic applications and SunPoly plastic container inks.

K 2016 takes place from 19-26 October in Düsseldorf Germany.


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