Pyrotec PackMark launches three new printers at Propak Cape 2014

Pyrotec PackMark launches three new printers at Propak Cape 2014

Pyrotec, a South African company that specialises in providing on-pack product identification solutions is excited to announce its involvement once again in Propak Cape 2014, the largest packaging, food processing and labelling exhibition in Africa.

 Known for their eye catching and interactive exhibition stand, this year Pyrotec PackMark will be launching three new printers - the Markem-Imaje 1050 Thermal Inkjet Printer, the Markem-Imaje SmartLase C150/C350 and the Small Character Inkjet 9028.

To keep up to date with the fast paced production environment the 1050 Thermal Inkjet printer has been designed specifically for high resolution codes, improving traceability and promotional coding for fast-moving production lines such as food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

Whereas the SmartLase C150/C350 is simply re-inventing laser technology for all coding needs, as it can code more than 100,000 products per hour. It has a 30% greater printing performance with the best scribing quality when compared to market standards and an extended coder life of 30%, also for the food and beverage industry.

Unique on the market, the new Small Character Inkjet 9028 was conceived and engineered to save time. Due to the newly designed hydraulic system, the 9028 reduces the additive consumption by 15% and it incorporates a new line of high adhesion inks capable of coding the most difficult substrates.

Also on display is Pyrotec PackMedia’s full on-pack solutions range such as the informational and promotional Fix-a-Form, ElastiTag and Do-It Hang Tabs which can all be used to market a wide variety of products.

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