ROYAL CURE UV LED is the latest generation of high strength, highly reactive UV LED curing ink. Available as a sheetfed offset process series, ROYAL CURE UV LED is suitable for use in the widest range of curing systems; LE, HUV, HR and LED. Thanks to superior press performance calling on many years of expertise in KMI in producing the highest quality offset inks, ROYAL CURE UV LED gives excellent results on a wide variety of substrates, including non-absorbent surfaces. It is also versatile enough to work with IPA or IPA free damping systems. In line with all international standards, ROYAL CURE UV LED is formulated to be ITX, benzophenone, and HDDA free.
- Stable ink-water balance and wide water window
- Excellent ink transfer and dot reproducibility
- Suitable for printing on coated and uncoated papers with Dyne level above 38.
- Also gives very good results on PEPP and PET materials
- Eco-friendly suitable for recycling
- Suitable for printing with or without Isopropyl alcohol
- International Standard ISO 2846-1, ISO 12647-2 compliance
- Compliance with ROHS, REACH, ASTM F-963, EN 71-3
Recommended storage is in the range from 5°C – 35°C. Long term exposure to fluorescent lamps or any exposure to sunlight must be avoided to prevent polymerisation. Following this recommendation will provide stable inks for a minimum of 12 months from date of manufacture.
Available in 2.5kg Tubs / 20kg Pail / 200kg Drum + 2kg cartridges
KMI inks are formulated based on EU regulations, EU REACH and for detailed information, please refer to recent GHS MSDS.
Not for use in food packaging without a functional barrier.
KMI is able to offer highly specialised technical support to those customers who need assistance in making the transition from conventional oil-based sheetfed inks or from standard UV products. Please contact us for more details.
UV inks may cause swelling or shrinkage to rubber compounds commonly used in press rollers and offset blankets. ROYAL CURE UV LED inks have been formulated with the finest raw materials which exclude properties that are known to cause swelling to EPDM or NBR covered rollers and blankets. It is therefore recommended to use rollers and blankets made from EPDM, butyl nitrile or vinyl nitrile.