October 10, 2018, Brooklyn Park, MN – Squid Ink Manufacturing, Inc., a leading manufacturer of superior quality inks and ink jet printing equipment, introduces our line of Mineral Oil Free (MOF) inks that are approved for use in Xaar® 128 and 502 print heads, including Squid Ink’s CoPilot and AutoPilot family of printers.
Squid Ink’s 100% mineral oil free inks are designed as a direct replacement for petroleum-based inks for use on porous substrates. As a response to European food safety regulations, Squid Ink formulated inks with zero hazardous air pollutants and no hazardous ingredients. Our MOF inks reduce the risks associated with mineral oil ink contamination in the food packaging industry.
Squid Ink’s environmentally friendly inks are designed to perform at the same high standards as our oil-based inks. MOF inks from Squid Ink result in dark, reliable print for easy-to-read package coding and increased bar code scannability. For manufacturers looking for colors, we offer a variety of colors including black, red, blue, and green.
MOF fluids join Squid Ink’s comprehensive line of ink jet inks that are filtered to .2 microns absolute, resulting in a product that will meet or exceed OEM specifications. MOF inks for porous substrates offers low-maintenance performance, ensuring maximum production uptime and print performance.
Mineral Oil Free inks are available now through Squid Ink’s worldwide network of authorized distributors. Sales inquiries should be directed to Joshua Nelson, Squid Ink Manufacturing, Inc., 7041 Boone Ave. N., Brooklyn Park, MN 55428. 1-800-877-5658. email@example.com
Squid Ink operates as a subsidiary of Engage Technologies Corporation, parent company of Squid Ink, Eastey Enterprises, AFM, and Cogent Technologies. Eastey (www.eastey.com) is a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty shrink packaging equipment, automated case sealing systems, and conveyors for packaging applications. American Film & Manufacturing (www.afmsleeves.com) manufactures and supplies shrink sleeves and shrink labeling solutions. Cogent Technologies (www.cogent-tech.com) manufactures infrared drying systems used to dry ink in the industrial and graphics industries.