Bespoke Printing Inks
Lysis Technologies have built up a widespread reputation for formulating bespoke printing inks and coatings for particular processes and needs. We manufacture special effect inks such as fluorescent, glitter and metallic colours. The list below shows a brief selection and demonstrates our unique capabilities in the research and development of printing inks and coatings.
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The 346 ink sticks to the rubber surface and should last for minimum the duration of a rugby-match and its extreme conditions. The ink is screen printed.
The 346-Ink is formulated for printing onto un-vulcanised rubber and dries by solvent evaporation. Once dried, the ball is then vulcanized. Since the Rubber compounds of the rugby ball are modified regularly, the formulations are altered every time accordingly.
The 034 ink is designed for screen prints that are to be encapsulated in poly methyl methacrylate.
The 034-ink dries by solvent evaporation and chemical reaction to give a print that resists solvent attack by methyl methacrylate monomer and the temperatures and pressures involved in the conversion of the monomer to a clear block of acrylic polymer.
The result is a bleeding-free print that lasts for decades.
The revolutionary 192-type screen printing ink is developed for untreated
Poly propylene materials. No priming necessary with this 2in1 system.
It provides excellent adhesion and flexibility, alcohol and gasoline resistance.
Application scope: Untreated PP materials that normally require a priming or corona treatment.
The 192-ink is made of high quality resins and additives. It dries by solvent evaporation and chemical reaction to give a print with excellent adhesion.
The 272 ink is printed on candles. It is totally safe and approved from a Health and Safety perspective. The ink will not produce any obnoxious fumes as the ink never goes into the flame. As the candle burns and reduces in size the ink congeals and floats on the liquid wax. When the candle has finished burning all that is left is a blob of ink and the wax. It demonstrates excellent print adhesion on any wax-substrate
The 272 Candles ink comes in standard colours as well as Metallic and with special effects. Colours can be supplied that conform to the EN71 Toy Regulations.
The 018 ink is to be printed on inflatable Nylon Life Jackets for the airline industry. It dries by solvent evaporation and chemical reaction to give a print that resists extreme weather conditions. In addition, the print should show no signs of cracking, once CO2 cartridges are activated to fill the gas into the chambers of the jacket.
The 018-ink is printed on 80% of globally all inflatable Life Jackets within the airline industry.
The 603 type ink is to be printed on Epidural Catheters to leave a marked scale graphic. It is applied via Letter-press technology.
It is a specific Nylon ink that was approved by FDA to be used inside the Human body. The ink diffuses completely into the Nylon material, which is finally encapsulated.
Nearly 1.5million Epidural Catheters are printed annually with the 603-type letter press ink.
This ink was developed to be printed on UK traffic lights and withstands severe outdoor weather conditions.
This ink system was developed for untreated Poly propylene materials.
It is a solvent based ink that demonstrates excellent adhesion and resistance and drying time can be easily tuned with our selection of varnishes.
This ink is applied on the frame of all UK traffic lights.
- Dish Washer resist Glass ink
- Marking of Polyethylene Wheeled Bins
- EN71-4 approved ink for toys
- Coating exhibiting antimicrobial functionality
- In mould Decoration/Marking of rotational moulded products
- Serial Numbering of rotational moulded products
- Antistatic coatings for PE tanks
- Printing Ink for rubber Mud Flaps
- Wash resist Paint for latex materials for the fashion industry
- Latex clothing ink
- High Temperature Inks for engine coating
- Teflon coating for cooking ware industry
- Highly reflective inks for outdoor applications
- Glow in the dark effects for all kind of substrates
And many more….