CINCINNATI, OH (March 4, 2014) – Michelman digital printing primers for HP Indigo and other digital presses are designed to optimize printing results on virtually all substrates including biaxially oriented polypropylene and polyethylene film and paper. Ideal for customers printing labels and packaging, Michelman water-based primers ensure good adhesion of ink to the substrate, while improving rub resistance, image quality and press performance.
Available in a variety of grades and in every country worldwide, Michelman’s DigiPrime® primer is HP-recommended and does not yellow or lose print receptivity over time. Michem® In-Line Primer is also HP-recommended and is designed for use on HP presses utilizing in-line priming units. Both product lines are 100% aqueous, and are a safer option for operators and the environment than alternatives.
Michelman will be featuring their full line of primers and overprint varnishes at Dscoop9 in booth #506, being held March 6-8, 2014 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Michelman is a global developer of water-based barrier and functional coatings for flexible film packaging, paperboard, and corrugated cartons; and water-based surface modifiers, additives and polymers for numerous industries including wood and floor care, industrial coatings, inks, fibers, composites, and construction products. Michelman serves its multinational and regional customers with production facilities in the U.S., Europe and Singapore, and a worldwide network of highly trained field technical support personnel.
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