UMS inks offer a wide range of application possibilities, creating durable prints on both coated and uncoated substrates. Specifically developed for high-quality volume production of sign & display graphics, these inks are suitable for long-term outdoor applications as well as durable indoor prints. They find use in various applications, including posters, backlit signage, fine art reproduction, vehicle and object wraps, stickers, banners, wall coverings, point-of-sale displays, billboards, building announcements, and more.
- C, M, Y, K - 1 litre packs and 440 ml cassettes
- Innovative ink chemistry: highly durable colour pigments, new blend of milder and non-aggressive solvents & multi-resin mix
- Covering 83 % of the Pantone C® colour chart
- Virtually odourless in the print environment – no need for forced ventilation
- For long-term outdoor and indoor commercial graphics
- Outdoor UV resistance of up to 3 years without lamination*
- Suited for high-quality and high-speed printing
- Wide media compatibility with uncoated & coated substrates
UMS inks utilise highly durable colour pigments ground to nano-size level (approximately 150 nm), along with a new blend of milder and non-aggressive solvents and a unique mix of resins. The resin mix ensures optimal adhesion of the pigments to the substrate, creating a uniform and smooth ink layer. Each colour pigment is additionally encapsulated by the resin mix, addressing the specific requirements of outdoor sign & display prints (such as gloss preservation, scuff resistance, abrasion resistance, and chemical resistance) and safeguarding the long-term outdoor durability of the colour pigments.
- XpertJet 1341SR PRO,
- XpertJet 1641SR PRO,
- XpertJet 1682SR,
- ValueJet 2638X.
Their performance and versatility make them an excellent choice for a wide range of printing needs, providing durable and high-quality output for your sign & display graphics projects.
* For heavy-duty applications where mechanical stress is involved (floor, vehicle and marine graphics) or repeated exposure to chemicals, lamination is required. Stabilisation is required prior to lamination.
** Some media will show a slower drying profile. To accelerate drying, infrared heating combined with a gentle airflow is recommended.