Competitive Advantages Lead to More Conversions to INX’s TRIANGLE HFB Wide-Format Ink
In today’s competitive environment, successful print operations scrutinize every possible bottom line consideration. So when an opportunity presents itself to experience a sizeable cost savings on ink purchases, save more by reducing ink usage, and lessen the impact on the environment, it’s only a matter of time before the ripple in the water becomes a wave.
That’s why INX Digital’s (Booth 10555) high-performance TRIANGLE HFB UV Curable wide-format inkjet inks are more popular than ever.
Technological advances created by INX’s world class R&D team have led customers to benefit from an average cost savings of 36% on HFB ink purchases when compared to OEM inks. In turn, those customers have achieved a 15% reduction in ink usage. These numbers have led to more than 50 successful ink conversions in the U.S. this year, and more are on the way.
“We have received tremendous feedback about our HFB inks from independent PSP and franchise owners who have converted,” says Evan Lyons, regional sales manager for the Western region. “Our inks are generating great interest due to the dramatic ink savings per liter compared to even the lowest volume priced OEM inks available in the marketplace.”
Customers see the difference when comparing printed side-by-side quality samples of HFB inks against HP’s 250 OEM ink. Recognized for its excellent adhesion and flexibility on a wide range of digital graphics medias, HFB cures quickly, and is formulated to offer high chemical resistance and run cleaner than OEM inks. An extensive color gamut with consistent repeatability is another attractive feature that often factors into the decision to convert.
“Four and six color solutions are available, with our ink-making custom color profiles as part of the technician conversion process,” continues Lyons.
“We understand that achieving high-density reds, such as the true Coca Cola red, time after time is important to earn repeat corporate business. You can do this with HFB without sacrificing quality since it is formulated to achieve GRACoL and G7 standards. The customers I have talked to are pleased with our ink jetting, and the smoothness for tight detail. They also acknowledged the adhesion of HFB performs to the OEM standard on a range of substrates, including Coroplast.”
There are other important reasons why print operations have switched to HFB. The eco-friendly bag-in-box packaging minimizes waste. There are support mechanisms in place, with INX technicians available to offer advice, source parts, and answer any questions. And there is the outstanding Ink Train warranty — the most comprehensive in the industry — that covers TRIANGLE wide-format inks for outdoor durability.