Series-KR 05LT Bag in Box

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Brand: Megaink
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Megaink's Series-KR ink is a premium UV and LED curable, high density pigmented ink set formulated for use in Vutek GS & QS Series printers, especially the “r” model running roll-to-roll.

Series-KR UV curable inks are optimized for high pigment density and wide color gamut.

Series-KR is uniquely formulated to have excellent adhesion to acrylics and polycarbonate as well as a wide range of digital graphics media.
These inks are intended for jetting with high consistency, repeatability, and stability on systems based on Ricoh G4/G5, Dimatix Starfire series, Konica Minolta 1024i, and older, Seiko 508GS and similar as well as on other printheads in class.

• Extended open time
• Smooth ink layer
• Low Odor
• No tackiness after curing
• Suitable for rigid and flexible substrates
• Good stretchability
• Suitable for LED or standard UV Lamps


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Product detailed description

Series-KR inks are formulated to achieve optimum adhesion on commonly used flexible and rigid display graphics media as well as Acrylics and Polycarbonate. Specific media such as PE can be problematic so the customer should test these materials before conversion.

Series-KR inks are designed for outdoor use and, with a suitable substrate and correct ink application, should withstand 1-2 year exposure. Laboratory tests passed the 2-year outdoor durability criteria (delta E of <10 using accelerated testing equipment).

No temperature adjustments required during conversion. Inks can be used in jetting equipment with temperatures up to 60°C. Prolonged exposure to temperatures above 55°C however, should be avoided as long-term exposure to high temperatures can induce premature polymerization.

These inks should be stored between 15° - 30°C (59° - 86°F). When stored properly inks have a 12-month shelf life.