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SunJet to Demonstrate its Latest Inkjet Technology at Labelexpo 2013

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

MIDSOMER NORTON, UK - SunJet, the global inkjet division of Sun Chemical and its parent company, DIC Corporation, will present its portfolio of single pass inkjet inks at Labelexpo 2013, 24th - 27th September at Brussels Expo.

On stand 5E80, SunJet will demonstrate its wealth of products and expertise in single pass inkjet, showcasing its brand new low migration product to add to its expanding and diverse range of inkjet inks.

Visitors to Sun Chemical's stand will see presentations of the new low migration inkjet technology for printing labels, flexible packaging and foil. Information will also be available on SunJet's range of EtiJetTM products including ink technology designed for Konica Minolta, Kyocera and Xaar printheads.

SunJet will also demonstrate its capability in the joint development of ink solutions for single pass inkjet in label, packaging and pharmaceutical applications, together with OEM partners and in collaboration with all of the major print head manufacturers.

SunJet's range of enhanced conventional UV and UV LED curing ink platforms will be on show tailored to OEM needs in terms of application requirements, print speed and press architecture.

Peter Saunders, Global Business Manager, SunJet comments: "The Digital label and packaging markets have seen significant growth over recent years as the technology has continued to advance. Today digital is seen as a viable technology for full production, and we are therefore very pleased to be further extending our inkjet product portfolio by unveiling our low migration ink technology at this year's Labelexpo. SunJet will have the widest range of inkjet inks for single pass printing at the show, demonstrating our ability to meet our OEM partners' chemistry requirements across a broad range of applications and markets."

For more information on SunJet or any of its product ranges, please visit Sun Chemical's website,www.sunchemical.com/sunjet


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