CIJ Printing For More Uptime With The Updated 9029

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CIJ Printing For More Uptime With The Updated 9029

CIJ Printing For More Uptime With The Updated 9029

Ideal for production facilities running one or two shifts per day, the updated 9029 continuous inkjet printer from Markem-Imaje provides twice the quality coding time of what plants usually experience with similar CIJ printers.

 
The 9029 small character continuous inkjet printer is capable of printing lot numbers, best-before dates and other data onto packaging or labels for up to one year or 6,000 hours without compromising code quality.  If increased uptime sounds great, even better is that manufacturers use only about half the additives typically used in only 3,000 hours of operating time with other printers.
 
Even in harsh or challenging environments, users enjoy clear, quality coding and no missed codes as the 9029's Jet Speed Control adjusts ink pressure automatically.  Operators also find that replacing the ink circuit is super simple and quick; it takes less than 6 minutes.  
 
Marking substrates such as polypropylene or other hard to mark materials like plastic is a breeze with the range of high-adhesion inks for use with the 9029, although there are six inks available including permanent and an MEK-free quick-drying ink.  Whether for coding metal, plastic, cardboard or other substrates, this is the CIJ printing technology you've been looking for.
 
The 9029 CIJ printer is also useful for operations that are seasonal, such as those involving the coding of vegetables or fruits.  Rated to IP55, this innovative printer is capable of reaching a speed of 4.4 meters per second while printing as many as four lines of data.  
 

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