Canadian Packaging

Domino’s inkjet date coders focus on food safety

Get firsthand look and feel of the A520i inkjet solution at Sial 2016.

March 31, 2016   Canadian Packaging

Domino Printing will be presenting the benefits of its A520i inkjet solution at Sial Canada 2016, Booth #2418) at the Montreal Convention Center, April 13-16, 2016.

Designed to ensure accurate, legible codes on your primary packaging the A520i inkjet coder supports food manufacturers’ food safety concerns.

Coding has become an integral part of the manufacturing and packaging process. For manufacturers, efficient and safe production output is the key to success. Therefore, the additional labeling and coding required, be this driven by legislation, retailers, brand owners or consumers, must not be a distraction to their primary manufacturing process.

Today there is a wide range of technologies to choose from, such as the reliability of Domino’s inkjet solutions, to support these needs.

From simple expiration date coding to high speed serialization or traceability requirements, the A520i continuous inkjet (CIJ) printer delivers consistent performance, whatever your production environment.

Particularly designed for wash-down environments via a 316 grade stainless steel construction, our innovative plenum airflow cooling system keeps the printer cool and the electronics sealed (IP66) making it ideal for beverage and dairy sites and food production environments.

From the moment the start button is pushed, the intelligent technology within the A520i continuous ink jet printer reduces the total cost of ownership.

Domino Printing Sciences CIJ product marketing manager Greg Treanor sums up: “We have built on the reputation of the A-Series i-Tech range by not only removing the need to service the printer, but also further improving the reliability with a number of innovative design improvements.

“(It means) we can both deliver and support this step change in even the most demanding of applications. With the widest number of print head options, remote user interface and unique ink combinations, the A-Series i-Tech range offers manufacturers the flexibility they need to answer their coding and marking needs.”

Domino’s i-Tech range of continuous ink jet (CIJ) systems represents the next step in the evolution of the A-Series and has managed to set new standards in practicality, performance and flexibility for coding and marking.

The recently completed range comprises the A320iA420i and A520i printers, all of which employ Domino’s unique intelligent Technology system and QuickStep user interface.

Domino invites interested parties to visit Booth #2418 at Sial Canada 2016 to discuss not only date coding needs, but more importantly how to leverage Domino’s experience in how it has helped alleviate food safety concerns for valued customers.

About Domino
Founded in 1978, Domino has a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking and printing technologies that satisfy the compliance and productivity requirements of manufacturers. Domino’s consistent year-on-year growth—both organic and through acquisition—is underpinned by an unrivaled commitment to product development, resulting in a portfolio that incorporates complete end to end coding solutions spanning primary, secondary and tertiary applications.

Innovative inkjet, laser, print-and-apply, and thermal transfer overprinting technologies are deployed for the application of variable data, bar codes and unique traceability codes onto product and packaging, across many industrial sectors.

Operating with true global scale across a diverse industry base, including food, beverage, pharmaceutical and multiple industrial product groups, Domino Printing Sciences plc provides customers’ with proven solutions built upon years of extensive experience.

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