Nazdar Ink Technologies unveils new 184v2 Series solvent inkjet inks

Designed specifically for Mimaki digital printers

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The new 184v2 Series ink formulations deliver close color match
The new 184v2 Series ink formulations deliver close color match

Nazdar Ink Technologies has announced the launch of the new 184v2 Series solvent inkjet inks. Initially available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), the new inks have been designed specifically for use in Mimaki digital printers using Mimaki BS4 ink.

According to the company, the new 184v2 Series ink formulations deliver close color match, improved jetting stability at high print speeds, and a faster drying time than their predecessors.

Stephen Woodall, global segment manager – Aqueous & Solvent Digital at Nazdar Ink Technologies, says, “The 184v2 Series inks offer outstanding performance with excellent color fade and chemical resistance to UV degradation and environmental pollution. Suitable for use on a wide variety of substrates including self-adhesive, flexible and pressure-sensitive vinyl, banner material, blue back paper and backed mesh, the inks are a great addition to the Nazdar range.”

The 184v2 Series’s plug-and-play capabilities allow users of Mimaki printers running BS4 inks to change to Nazdar 184v2 Series ink without the need to flush. Due to the complete chemical and color compatibility of the two ink sets, OEM pouches can be replaced with Nazdar 184v2 Series pouches as they run out, rather than all colors at the initial install. This saves both time and money as there is no need to perform wasteful ink fill procedures or dispose of unused ink.

The low-odor 184v2 Series inks are available in 600 ml and 2000 ml bags, compatible with MBIS.

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