Nazdar announces global availability of its 270 Series UV-LED inks

New ink set designed with ambient temperature-controlled printheads

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Nazdar 270 Series UV-LED ink set designed with ambient temperature-controlled printheads

Nazdar Ink Technologies has announced the global availability of the 270 Series of UV-LED inks. This general graphics/product print ink set has been specifically designed for UV-LED curing with ambient temperature-controlled printheads.

The Nazdar 270 Series low viscosity, low-odor inks offer a replacement for UV-LED printers that do not require an ink to be heated to jet at a certain specification. The vibrant inks deliver long-term exterior performance with proven resistance to UV degradation and color fade.

Adhering to a number of both flexible and rigid substrates including vinyl, styrene, sintra, foamboard, and polycarbonate, the cost-effective inks have been formulated to provide 2 years’ outdoor durability when mounted vertically.

On the introduction of the new ink set, Josh Lutz, Nazdar’s Global Market Segment manager for UV Digital Inkjet Inks, comments, “The 270 Series inks were developed in direct response to feedback from end-user customers regarding the globally-successful 260 UV-LED Series inks. The new updated formulation delivers a stronger color strength with a noticeable increase in black; lower odor to accommodate office environment printing; and an increased surface cure response to lesser powered LED units.”

“As with all our ink solutions, the 270 Series are covered by one of the most comprehensive warranties in the market which enables businesses to confidently take advantage of the increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness offered by Nazdar’s fully field-tested products.”

With manufacturing facilities in the United States and Great Britain, Nazdar offers its growing network of customers worldwide the most comprehensive selection of UV, water- and solvent-based inkjet inks, screen printing inks, and flexographic inks available in the market. Whether printing indoor or outdoor applications, on paper, plastics, metal, glass, or containers and packaging, there’s a Nazdar ink that’s right for every job.

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