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INX International to showcase industry-leading Metal Decorating ink systems at GulfCan Conference

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Schaumburg, IL – INX International Ink Co. will showcase its top metal decorating ink capabilities at the GulfCan Conference, being held April 14-16 in Dubai.  The world’s leading supplier of metal decorating ink for 2-piece cans and flat sheet metal printing will display recently introduced products that are designed to meet and exceed Middle East market demands.

The MDO Base System for Impact Extruded Metal Containers and INXCure® PrintPro process colors for flat sheet metal decorating, are designed for the monobloc and flat sheet markets.  INXCure® PrintPro Base System for flat sheet metal decorating will also attract plenty of attention from GulfCan attendees.

The MDO Base System thermoset impact extruded metal decorating inks offer many outstanding benefits.  Besides curing with short dwell times, customers will experience improved transfer, in flow and scratch resistance.  These inks are available in eight base colors, in addition to a wide selection of secondary and permanent colors.

To be used on crowns, screw caps, closures, 2-piece DRD cans, welded aerosols and decorative tin applications, INXCure PrintPro offers significant features.  Formulated for outstanding printability with improved misting and fast cure response, the UV Curable inks provide excellent fabrication and flexibility and are compatible with a range of exterior coatings, including cationic UV chemistries.  The inks are available in a substantial number of base, secondary, and permanent color options.


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