InkJet, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of CH-78, a black ink that boasts the ability to penetrate a thin layer of oil on metal components and steel tubing. Typical applications for CH-78 ink include canning, automotive and other metal and plastics.
The CH-78 ink has been developed to operate in small character inkjet printers like those manufactured by Markem-Imaje®, Domino®. InkJet, Inc. has long been known for manufacturing replacement inks for OEM printers and doing so with better filtration and a meticulous quality control process, which often results in better adherence and overall performance. There is also a similar ink developed for InkJet, Inc.’s own continuous inkjet (CIJ) printer, DuraCode.
There is no changeover necessary when replacing the OEM ink; Just flush any previous ink in the system and put in InkJet, Inc.’s CH-78. The ink’s shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture when stored at a temperature range of +35*F to +95*F (+2*C to +35*C).
“We truly believe in pulverizing our customer’s expectations, which is why we continually develop inks and fluids for them,” commented Jit Krishna, Lab Manager for InkJet, Inc. “Either their existing OEM ink is not performing up to their expectations, it’s too expensive or they are not getting the level of service they need. No matter the issue, we continually strive to make quality products and roll them out to the market.”