Sicer TECHNOLOGY LAB presents the new LOW EMISSION DIGITAL GLUE .LE

Sicer TECHNOLOGY LAB presents the new LOW EMISSION DIGITAL GLUE .LE

The new Digital Glue SCD1990 LE  (for high temperature) and SCD1995 LE (for low temperature) extends the LOW EMISSION product range, already composed of innovative inks and digital materials.

The “patented” LOW EMISSION project by Sicer is to significantly reduce the environmental impact by using a special mix of ultra-refined solvents that guarantee perfect print quality.

The .LE series compared to all the best low emission products on the market today, has effectively deleted odor emissions and reduced formaldehyde emissions by over 50%

Digital glue, combined with special grits, allows different surfaces and effects, minimizing defects and surface porosity.

 

 

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BENEFITS OF DIGITAL GLUE .LE "LOW EMISSION"

 

  • Thanks to excellent lubrication, the product guarantees total stability of the machine work.

 

  • It guarantees very long drying times, offering many application advantages. It allows the application of grit even in a later stage and above all, guarantees application even on a body with a high degree of absorption (monoporosa or new technologies).

 

  • It contains a particular flux that optimizes the application of the grit as much as possible, obtaining a perfect homogeneity and flatness of the surface.

 

  • The new SCD1990 LE glue is a product of the LOW EMISSION series and guarantees a very low environmental impact. It has an absent odorigenic component and a considerable reduction of harmful emissions and formaldehyde. Burning at higher temperatures, combustion takes place more completely, without generating intermediate degradation products.

Check out all the products of the LOW EMISSION series, click here!

 

Download the brochure of All the products .LE, click here!

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