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Van Son debuts ink for waterless offset

Nov 5, 2008 12:00 AM


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Van Son Holland Ink Corp. (Islandia, NY) has launched its waterless Vs4 ink. The Vs4 line is compatible with all waterless plates and presses. The inks are capable of resisting toning and mottle in a broad range, from 63 to 97 degrees Fahrenheit. Additionally, the Vs4 line is formulated to deliver stability for quick drying, fast setting and low heat buildup.

“We’re pleased to release an ink that supports waterless printing,” says John Sammis, vice president of sales and marketing, Van Son. “Waterless ink is a cutting-edge technology that offers printers so many benefits. Our Vs4 line will provide better color saturation, faster makereadies and increased printing temperature capability, while answering the environmental concerns that are so important to printers today.”

Established in 1872 with corporate headquarters in Holland, Van Son supplies printing inks to printers in over 130 countries around the world through strategic alliances with its distributors. Van Son manufactures printing inks for all offset presses, digital duplicators and inkjet printers.