Heath Custom Press Announces Improved MICR-Line Magnetic Ink
Press release from the issuing company
Auburn, WA, (September 21, 2008) Heath Custom Press has announced an improved version of its popular MICR-Line magnetic ink. The product is specifically formulated to provide check and forms printers with consistent image density and signal strength throughout the press run, producing a dense black image as a result of predictable and consistent water pickup. Soy-based Heath MICR-Line ink is rigorously tested at the Heath facility, and has exhibited proven performance under operating conditions at forms and check printers across North America . Suitable for use with metal, laser, electrostatic, and silver-based polyester plates, as well as letterpress, Heath MICR-Line magnetic ink provides printers with a competitive edge.
Describing the MICR-Line magnetic inks, Heath Custom Press vice president of sales Roger Giza commented: “Heath MICR-Line inks are available in a wide range of tack levels, and can be customized for individual applications. Every Heath MICR-Line ink order is furnished with an individual MSDS sheet, plus a batch number and certificate of analysis guaranteeing that the rheology is the same as previous batches. Available in 1.5 and 7 pound cans, Heath MICR-Line inks are laser-safe to 400°F and may be used with all popular fountain solutions.”
For 30 years, Heath Custom Press Company has supplied check presses, forms presses, and related consumables to the printing industry. Tens of millions of checks are produced every day on Heath presses. Heath Custom Presses are manufactured and reconditioned for customers anxious to take advantage of the patented Heath turret system, which permits the press operator to make ready the next job while the press is running. Heath Custom Press sells a full line of inks, chemicals, plates, parts, and other consumables tailored to the exacting requirements of check printers. For additional information, log on to www.heathcustompress.com or call 847-274-4231or 800-819-8961.
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