The heat-sensitive ink allows to execute original and genuine printing works thanks to its change of colour depending on the temperature. This ink provides printed texts or graphs with changes of colour depending on whether the temperature is cold or hot.
This ink can have its initial colour again when the change of temperature stops. It can also have a permanent colour change as needed.
We can print a visiting card that changes the colour of its texts or graphs when touching it. We can also produce a label that changes colour irreversibly when reaching a specific temperature, which allows to check, for example, that sliced bread has been appropriately baked in the oven.
This ink can be calibrated at a specific temperature between -10ºC y 69ºC approximately. There are certain standard temperatures and colours.
This type of heat-sensitive inks has a permanent change of colour, which means that they are single-use inks. This behaviour is ideal for controlling the temperature in processes such as baking or other heating processes. These inks can be calibrated at a specific temperature between 65ºC y 200ºC. There are certain standard temperatures and colours.
All our inks are printing inks.
Water-based irreversible inks designed for screen printing and flexography. They are designed for printing paper labels where texts or graphs are printed on, the colour of them will show if the process of the product labelled has had an appropriate heating process.
However, reversible inks are much more versatile in printing methods and formulations. They are in great demand and have numerous applications, mainly in the field of promotional campaigns, cosmetics and teaching. There are inks for flexography, screen, offset or rotogravure printing, among other methods. They are made of water, solvent, plastisol or epoxy and UV curing.
Versatility of formulations described in the section above provide heat-sensitive inks with numerous applications in multiple surfaces such as paper, wood, plastic, ceramic, or glass products.
We also offer pigments in tablets or in powder or paste form. With this pigment, end users can make their own formulations. This pigment can also be mixed up with plastics to make products that change their colour such as spoons for ice-creams, caps for drinks, etc.