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As the demand for PPE (personal protective equipment) has increased, there is a growing need to print information directly onto each item. Printing onto protective face masks helps manufacturers to achieve traceability and to comply with country-specific regulations. In addition, logos can be printed, either as the manufacturer’s mark of quality or to brand promotional items.
Leibinger CIJ printers can be integrated into the production line and mark masks with batch numbers, manufacture dates, logos, CE marking and other information, providing high legibility and a high operating speed. Alternatively, masks can also be marked manually with Leibinger CIJ printers on a sliding table after production.
Our printers are used to print any type of mask (protective face masks, surgical masks, FFP2 masks, N95 masks) on any fabric and textile material such as nonwoven, nonwoven composite material, cotton, polyester, jersey and other absorbent surfaces. Even transparent masks and protective visors or shields made of Plexiglas®, acrylic glass, PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate), PE or other plastics, or mask filters can be printed.
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Plastic and rubber articles, including plastic film, are used in many areas such as the pharmaceutical, food, packaging, cable, electrical and electronics industries. Producers of plastic and plastic items often need to code information onto products to enable traceability and to provide a guarantee of quality.
The fashion and textiles industry is constantly changing – and is very challenging in terms of the coding and marking that is required for traceability and to combat counterfeiting. High-quality variable marking can be difficult on fabrics because of the diverse materials and substrates used, and because of both legibility and wash resistance. The printing of respiratory masks is an additional challenge.