Many inkjet printers now have so-called UV print heads. These are designed to dry or cure the respective inks on the printing substrate using UV radiation of determined wave lenght, which is integrated into the printing process. They therefore need inks which are adapted to such a process. The MDT team has succeeded in developing a variant of MICR ink which exactly meets this requirement: MDI 17.

Our UV-curable and so very fast drying magnetic ink is anhydrous, but also free of problematic ingredients. In their preparation, we dispense with such common solvents and diluents as MEK (methyl ethyl ketone) as well as with ethylene glycol, methanol, isopropanol or triethylene glycol divinyl ether. This assures our UV curing MICR ink environmental friendliness and best values for the health protection for those who use it.

MICR Ink

Magnetic fluids made of magnetic material (subdomain nanoparticles) dispersed in a solution so that

an agglomeration of the material particles is excluded even under the effect of an external magnetic field.
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Manufacturing Process

In the production of magnetic special inks, we have many years of experience.

Within the framework of an extensive series of experiments, we have succeeded in discovering an unusually simple method for industrial scale production.
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Magnetic Fluids

Mips Dataline offers magnetic fluids mainly designed for two functionalities,

in turn - as inks - to meet specific inkjet printing requirements and, on the other hand, for high-performance use in electric motors.
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