High-gloss effects, chemical resistance, rub-off and scratch resistance, and the variety of substrates that can be employed are still compelling advantages of UV inks today.
The majority of presses using UV inks still utilise virtually the same mercury lamp systems as back when the Mustang was a top seller in Detroit, and they continue to confront the same difficulties despite advances in modern UV curing technology.
Although mercury vapour lamps have fans, shutters, and a need for frequent bulb replacement, they do produce UV light at the proper frequency to cure the inks.
Warm-up and cool-down times also reduce output, and issues with disposing of hazardous waste add to the cost of each package produced. Although the outdated technology could yet be improved, printers and converters need future-proof features when making equipment purchases.
The Global Sensitive UV Ink Market Accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
UV MEGACURE series were able to successfully develop the energy-saving UV (LED UV ink, highly sensitive UV) based on UV MEGACURE series thanks to superior expertise in UV ink formulation.
By utilising innovative resin varnish, it is outstanding in halftone dot reproductivity, hard to mist, and fluidity on the press despite the soft, low tack, easily spreading ink. This leads to improved mileage and enhanced printability.
They provide process colour, opaque white, spot colours, fastness, including ultra lightfastness, OP varnishes and mediums, as well as gloss, matte, and semi-matte inks, for the FA series.
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