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  • #16
    update from sun chemical http://www.sunchemical.com/update-ra...ly-disruption/

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    • #17
      Why don't you move to the future of rigid printing with the new HP R-Series Latex Flatbed Printers? Inks are green, not harmful to the environment, and look outstanding! 80% + coverage of the pantone library and amazing quality - Let me know if you have questions

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      • #18
        Originally posted by PrintSolutions17 View Post
        Why don't you move to the future of rigid printing with the new HP R-Series Latex Flatbed Printers? Inks are green, not harmful to the environment, and look outstanding! 80% + coverage of the pantone library and amazing quality - Let me know if you have questions
        the insk are not green they contain 2-Pyrrolidone

        once it is in water it is 100% soluble it is very very difficult to remove it from any water. one it gets into the water table it is there period.


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        • #19
          Considering the competition out there in the industry, the latex inks are one of the most eco friendly inks in the rigid flatbed market. You took me a bit to literal there "Green printer"

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          • #20
            Originally posted by PrintSolutions17 View Post
            Considering the competition out there in the industry, the latex inks are one of the most eco friendly inks in the rigid flatbed market. You took me a bit to literal there "Green printer"
            This explanation has been going on for decades. The correct answer is this products pollutes less than (what ever you using for a base comparison). Then give the reason why it is better. List the cass numbers used in the newer less polluting products.
            Last edited by Green Printer; 08-19-2018, 08:10 AM. Reason: spelling

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            • #21
              https://digital-print-media.com/late...-solvent-inks/

              http://www8.hp.com/us/en/commercial-...vironment.html

              http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/GetPDF....A5-4329ENW.pdf


              My goal on here was not to get into pissing matches with people. The latex inks, next to UV, are considered a green alternative to other ink technologies out there. HP does a really good job with their sustainability efforts. They also have a great recycling program that allows end users to box up and send back waste ink and used printheads back to HP at no charge. Making it easy for end users to actually take the steps to do the right thing for our environment. We sell both the UV and Latex ink based products, i have no bias towards one or the other. But at least there are a couple options now that aren't a terrible impact to the environment.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by PrintSolutions17 View Post
                https://digital-print-media.com/late...-solvent-inks/

                http://www8.hp.com/us/en/commercial-...vironment.html

                http://h20195.www2.hp.com/V2/GetPDF....A5-4329ENW.pdf


                My goal on here was not to get into pissing matches with people. The latex inks, next to UV, are considered a green alternative to other ink technologies out there. HP does a really good job with their sustainability efforts. They also have a great recycling program that allows end users to box up and send back waste ink and used printheads back to HP at no charge. Making it easy for end users to actually take the steps to do the right thing for our environment. We sell both the UV and Latex ink based products, i have no bias towards one or the other. But at least there are a couple options now that aren't a terrible impact to the environment.
                Coudl you post the SDS sheets or links for the latex inks?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Green Printer View Post

                  Coudl you post the SDS sheets or links for the latex inks?
                  You seem like a smart guy. You can post them yourself.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by PrintSolutions17 View Post

                    You seem like a smart guy. You can post them yourself.
                    Since you sell the printers and the ink the SDS sheets should be readily availablle.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Green Printer View Post

                      Since you sell the printers and the ink the SDS sheets should be readily availablle.
                      Here you go "Green Printer" http://lmgtfy.com/?q=HP+Latex+ink+SDS+Sheet

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                      • #26
                        Just because a product is marketed as more environmental or “green” doesn’t necessarily ensure it is actually any better for the environment or the users health. This is a photo of a product in a pressroom marketed as “environmental “yet look at the safety warnings. There seems to be a trend from the big manufacturers to bring products to market that are touted as “green” yet the SDS has alarming safety issues. There needs to be a focus on products that are safer to the user and in turn likely the end product will be more environmentally sound then out going products
                        Last edited by Lukew; 08-23-2018, 03:26 PM.

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