Integra PP108 Performance Piezo Industrial Inkjet Coder
The INTEGRA PP108 is a revolutionary, standalone print system intended for large print areas on corrugate and other porous substrates. It leverages the SEIKO print head and a circulating print system. This principle prevents the accumulation of air in the nozzles and ensures a permanent, clean print image without line-outs due to dropping nozzles. Pump control and automatic adjustment of internal circulation pressure allows installation of the ink tank above, below or same level as the print head. The air in the ink supply and print head is automatically removed from the print system.
- Print height 4.25-inches
- Small fonts from 1mm and larger
- Prints horizontally or vertically down with no change to the ink system placement
- High resolution up to 360 dpi vertical
- Speeds up to 984 fpm at 180 dpi, or 492 fpm at 360 dpi
- Grayscale printing enabled
- Ink level sensing for proactive swapping
- System starts up in less than 1 minute
- System is shock resistant and not prone to deprime
Benefits: Relative to other piezo printers, INTEGRA PP108 offers a number of benefits that set it apart from the competition.
- Ease of start-up & venting of ink system
- High resolution linear & 2D barcodes
- Pigmented MOF (Mineral Oil Free) Ink
- No leaking or external ink bottles during operation
- Shock and deprime resistant
- Meets the demand for high running speeds
- Greater flexibility to install ink supply
- Competitive Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
INTEGRA PP108 BICOLOR
The Markoprint Integra PP108 is now available in a bicolor version. It is the first high-resolution, two-color inkjet coder in the market for porous surfaces including corrugate shipping cases, lumber, and paper bags.
The system uses the same 4.25-inch printhead as the original Integra PP108 monocolor. On the bicolor unit, each of the two nozzle rows print a different color - black and red - with additional colors coming in the future.
Integra PP108 Bicolor has two 700ml ink tanks where the mineral oil free inks are filled in order tofeed the printhead. Inks are kept under pressure to prevent ink spills and to enhance useability.