- Specifically designed for printing on pharmaceutical and medical packaging films, whether it be uncoated or heat-seal coated Tyvek (DuPont, USA), or corona treated polyethylene or polypropylene films.
NT06 System: Specially modified co-solvent polyamide designed for printing on uncoated or heat-seal coated Tyvek used for pharmaceutical or medical device packaging. Satisfactory for treated polyolefins, polyesters, Saran (Dow Chemical, USA) (PVDC) and nylon surfaces, as well as most paper stocks. Most No-Tox® medical packaging inks are heat-seal resistant, will pass USP Class VI tests and are unaffected by gas (ethylene oxide) or radiation (gamma) sterilization. They exhibit excellent adhesion and scuff resistance.
NT15 System: Specially modified co-solvent polyamide designed for printing on in-line treated low, medium or high density polyethylene and polypropylene films. Can also be used on Tyvek, polyesters, Saran (PVDC), nylon, many cellophanes and most paper stocks.
NT20 System: Specially modified co-solvent polyamide designed to provide heat resistance when printed in the heat seal area of corona treated polyolefin films. Resists softening or smudging at heat sealing temperatures and pressures normally used to seal polyolefin films (low, medium and high density polyethylenes and polypropylenes). Can also be used on Tyvek polyesters, nylon, Saran (PVDC), some cellophanes and most paper stocks.