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INX Digital to emphasize 'Green' at ISA Expo

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

San Leandro, CA - INX Digital International Co. (booth #2772) is looking forward to the ISA International Sign Expo, to be held April 8-10 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.  With a commitment and sizeable investment in developing green, sustainable products for over five years, INX Digital's booth will reflect this attitude at this year's show.

BIOe is a new formulation from the BioINX line of sustainable products.  These inks use renewable resource materials and are optimized for use with Epson print head technologies.  BioINX was developed and uses a corn based raw material – Ethyl Lactate – to carefully balance the long term needs and stability of the product.

"Using renewable resource materials has helped lessen our reliability on non-renewables such as crude based products," said Ken Kisner, President of INX Digital Americas.  "The BioINX line represents a multi-year strategic plan to develop products through our Research & Development department with the goal of producing products that maximize its sustainability.  We are very pleased with the results and believe ISA attendees will agree."

INX Digital will also debut a silver inkjet ink and the Fiber-Frame system at ISA.  The highly reflective silver ink offers low viscosity, is extremely stable and also contains small particle distribution.  Kisner believes it will be an attractive solution for point-of-purchase box and label packaging displays in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical markets.  The Fiber-Frame system replaces sagging and drooping banners with sturdy, easy-to-assemble aluminum framing.  The low maintenance design is available in three sizes.

 

 

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