Continuing with a strategic approach to produce innovative new products that are friendly to both the planet and printers, INX Digital has introduced its new MSS eco-solvent inkjet inks. Designed to be used in conjunction with Mimaki JV33 and JV34 wide-format printers, these Triangle brand line inks offer a host of environmental solutions.“We recently completed beta testing at a number of sites in North America and these inks passed with flying colors. The results and the comments we received were very impressive,” said Ken Kisner, INX Digital’s Vice President of Business Development and CTO for digital division ink technologies.
“For a very long time, INX has demonstrated a commitment to corporate responsibility in developing new products that are less harsh on the environment. Printers using the MSS eco-solvent inkjet inks will benefit from less waste with cartridge-by-cartridge changeover or by taking advantage of our other bulk use ink systems. In addition to being a cost-effective solution that does not spare quality, these are tremendous advantages that sign graphics and other specialty printers should consider.”
INX Digital has formulated the MSS inks so they are color and chemically compatible with Mimaki SS21 inks. They offer a wide range of compatibility with vinyl banner media and are available in CMYK. No flushing or re-profiling is required, so printers will experience less waste when changing the 440 ml cartridges. Options include one liter bottles for use with the EasyFill Bulk system, or the Eco Bulk ink system that houses ink in a 2000ml bag-in-box format. It can contain up to two liters of ink, delivers greater consistency and saves money with less waste.
Fast drying with excellent adhesion, MSS inks are supported by the INX Digital worldwide outdoor durability and ink train warranty that is a standard offering on most Triangle brand ink products. MSS also is part of the company’s recycling program, which accepts any empty wide format ink cartridges – Triangle, OEM or other alternative ink branded cartridges. The main requirement is that printers must return a minimum of 25 cartridges and free shipping is available.