Domino Digital Printing Solutions is launching a new fluorescent ink for its K600i inkjet printer module.
The UV80CL fluorescent security ink will be given its launch at Labelexpo Europe, to be held in Brussels, from 25 to 28 September, and will be available thereafter for retrofitting or as an additional configuration for newly purchased modules.
The ink prints clear but fluoresces green under an ultraviolet light. It can be used to print 2D codes, barcodes, alpha-numeric codes, images, graphics and for personalised data printing, with Easton adding that it is unique because it fluoresces green instead of the traditional security ink blue, and that it has moderate lightfastness relative to inks in the same category.
Compatible with standard medias, including coated and uncoated paper, polyethylene and polypropylene, the ink is intended for adding security marks and features to currency, stamps, passports and certificates to prevent forgery or counterfeiting, along with the cosmetics and pharmaceutical markets.
Domino will also be using Labelexpo to launch a new white ink digital printer and will be showing updates to its DFEv2.0 workflow solution.
Last year, Domino Printing Sciences launched its Ax-Series of continuous inkjet printers.