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INX Digital introduces new TRIANGLE® brand H76 high performance UV curable inks

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

San Leandro, CA – INX Digital today introduced the H76 high performance UV curable inks, which are designed specifically for the HP® 7500™ and HP 7600™ printers when using the FB225™ ink series.  With a slew of significant benefits, it is the latest TRIANGLE® brand superwide format application developed specifically to meet the needs of printers producing work for outdoor POP display, transit signage and packaging applications.

Available in six basic colors plus white, light black and orange, H76 is color and chemically compatible with the OEM inks but takes performance to the next level with outstanding attributes.  Besides offering superior adhesion in comparison to the OEM, it was designed to allow for a 20% reduction in lamp strength in accordance with company policy for greener, more sustainable products.

H76 white ink has a much brighter white hue and is more stable compared to OEM inks, which appear to have an off-white shade and tend to clog filters.  H76 also sports a lower purge rate, exhibits low tack after the curing process is complete, and light colors are proving to cure better.  It’s available in 5 liter bottles that can be installed directly into the printer, just like the OEM.

“In addition to the light colors generating better curing results, H76 creates very smooth transitions.  It also produces better gradient colors that any printer who does high end work with photographic images and lots of flesh tones, will appreciate,” said Susie Mendelssohn, North American Sales Manager and International Marketing Manager for INX Digital.  

“H76 inks are designed to last and are manufactured along the same lines of all other TRIANGLE inks.  They are supported by our Outdoor Durability and Ink Train warranties, which are second to none in the industry.  These and other associated benefits, plus being made available at a very fair price, will give printers many reasons to consider using H76.”


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