Epson digital label printing ink fully passed EU food contact material regulations

Epson digital label printing ink fully passed EU food contact material regulations

In order to respond to this demand and provide consumers and businesses with safe products, Epson? said on the 18th,
Its SurePress series of digital label printers L-4033AW, L-4533AW, L-6034VW and
ColorWorks series desktop color label printer TM-C3510, TM-C7510, TM-C7510G ink,
All passed the "EU Food Contact Material Regulation" (EC No. 1935/2004) (Food Contact Material, FCM for short),
Demonstrating Epson’s firm commitment to consumer food and beverage labeling and packaging safety,
It also allows the industry to use it in food packaging and labeling applications with peace of mind.

Hui Weiwei, general manager of Taiwan Epson Printing Technology Division, said that the digitization of label printing is in response to the small and diverse needs of the industry.
It can also upgrade easy-to-identify designs such as colorization at the same time, which is more friendly to consumers. And security and printing quality,
It is the persistence and commitment of leading manufacturers. Epson's industrial digital label printer series products, from desktop color inkjet label printers,
Industrial-grade digital label printers use inks that comply with EU food contact material regulations, allowing consumers to use them with peace of mind.
It is the first choice for manufacturers to introduce digital label printers.

Epson digital label printer series inks comply with the following three EU Food Contact Material Regulations (FCM) requirements:
The ink is safe and non-toxic, certified by the Swiss Federal Food Safety Agency, Epson SurePress digital label printer and
The ink used in the ColorWorks color label printer complies with the Swiss Ordinance "Swiss Ordinance (RS 817.023.21? Appendix 10)"
Substances listed in the safe substance list. Epson's hygienic and safe ink process complies with Good Manufacturing Practices,
The Epson ink production process is in accordance with the Food Sanitation Law and adopts food-grade bacteria inspection standards (generally, the number of viable bacteria is less than 100 pcs/g).
And implement the GMP "Good Manufacturing Practice (2023/2006/EC)" sanitation management system as a standardized procedure, which conforms to the sanitary process specification.
The migration test certification meets the EU PIM test conditions and standards. Epson uses the substrate test and evaluation,
Meet the EU PIM "Plastic Implementation Measures (EU No. 10/2011)" regulations, the restrictions on the migration of food.

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