Linx 8900: Maximum Efficiency, Minimal Effort
The variety of products and packaging, the production environment, the human factor are a real challenge for any production when it comes to product labeling, primary and secondary packaging. We should not forget the importance of the printed information on the product. Batch printing and expiration date are essential for both the manufacturer and the consumer. There are heavy fines for batch and date codes that do not meet the required legislation, and the printed codes must meet stringent traceability requirements should any recall be needed.
In support of the manufacturers, we have prepared a special offer. It is part of our new initiative Effective Together! aimed at providing customers with the most effective solution at the lowest total cost.
Find below our special offer for LINX 8900 series inkjet printer:
- Promotional price
- 3 years FREE WARRANTY (standard warranty 1 year) to give you complete peace of mind
- You can add Printernet cloud-based service for remote access and control of the printer at a symbolic price
The promotion is valid for limited quantity in stock.
So, how do you go about ensuring you have the best possible coding equipment for the job in hand? As with any purchase, it always pays dividends to do your research and you may want to take into account the following:
- Substrate – think of the range of different materials you will need to print on. It’s a good idea to ask for samples coded by the printer you are considering. Rest assured Linx offers this as standard!
- Line speed – can the printer keep up with your line speed and what will the degradation be to the code if it cannot? Also, make sure you future-proof your printer for a potential increase in output. No-one likes to buy twice!
- Factory environment – you need to ensure your printer and ink can cope with greasy environments, plastic film and the cooking process to name but a few.
- Budget – don’t be swayed to purchase based on the printer price alone. Take into account the total cost of ownership and factor in reliability – there is nothing more costly than a breakdown and we all know they never occur at a convenient time.
- Technical support and service.
Why Linx 8900 is a good choice for the industry?
Print onto both primary and secondary packaging with one printer, including onto glass, metal, plastic, cardboard and etc.
Linx’s Continuous Ink Jet (CIJ) printers, with a minimum IP55 rating to withstand washdown, are an excellent choice for all industries. They deliver quality coding with exceptional reliability, ease of use and efficient operations. Simple user interfaces with built-in mistake proofing help keep uptime to a maximum. Touch screens are solvent and alcohol resistant so they can be operated while wearing plastic or rubber gloves, and operators can use hand sanitisers to stay healthy and still operate the printer. The Linx range of black, coloured and specialist inks are formulated to meet the requirements of food manufacturers, including for traceability, security, edible goods, harsh production environments and etc.
Linx CIJs reduce stoppages through:
- Еxtended service intervals - for models Linx 8900 and 8910 it is 18 months or 13,000 hours of operation, and for the models Linx 8920 and 8940 - up to 24 months or 18,000 hours of operation
- Selfe-service for 30 minutes
- Linx’s industry-leading printhead is completely sealed for continual reliable operation – typically requires cleaning only once every three months
- Fluid refills during printing and eight-hour fluid reserve
Linx PrinterNet – The Linx IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) solution
With the added bonus of Linx PrinterNet you will have complete peace of mind by being able to see the status of your coding and marking lines, along with alerts and notifications, even when you are not in the building. The units also sport large-screen intuitive UI and low-touch operations to minimise contact. Responding to customer requirements, a change log records when edits are made and by whom. Through PrinterNet Linx can identify the root cause of a problem and possibly resolve it remotely. If an engineer does need to go to site, a replacement part can be pre-ordered to deliver a first-time fix - reducing downtime and keeping the number of people on site to a minimum.