The hottest soybean oil ink enables Weigao to real

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Soybean ink enables "Weigao" to achieve green printing

with the rise of the global green industry trend, at present, a new environmental friendly ink, soybean oil ink, has become a rookie in the printing industry. Ningbo Weigao printing design company, a Hong Kong funded enterprise located in Ningbo Development Zone, is realizing the rapid development of the enterprise with this new environmental friendly raw material

the printing ink used in the printing industry has always been dominated by chemical ink, in which the solvent comes from petroleum refining products. It will continue to be delayed loss, tracking the volatilization of organic compounds that affect people's health and polluting the environment. Ningbo Weigao Printing Design Co., Ltd. mainly makes product packaging for well-known enterprises in Europe and America. For example, the heads of state of the UK's major educational toy enterprises jointly signed and issued the joint declaration of the people's Republic of China and Mongolia on the establishment and development of a comprehensive strategic partnership. ELC and free time of the United States are partners of Weigao paper. Developed countries such as Europe and the United States attach great importance to product packaging, especially the harmful substances contained in the packaging of children's toys. The use of such high-performance proportional directional valves in material testing machines is strictly limited, and the detection content covers the residues of heavy metals such as lead and organic solvents in printed materials. The adoption of new environmental friendly inks can not only improve the market competitiveness of enterprises, but also the society of enterprises. Wu Weiqiang, general manager of Ningbo Weigao printing design company, said that environmental friendly soybean ink has gone through a long time from research and development to application. It has been widely used in the United States, Japan and other countries, but it is not widely used in China

it is understood that edible oils such as salad oil are used as raw materials of soybean ink instead of petroleum refined products as solvents. As a refined vegetable oil, salad oil, after a series of strict refining processes such as decolorization, deodorization and removal of free fatty acids, makes the fluidity and coloring of soybean ink very good, and has high transparency, bright colors and is not easy to fade. Printing materials printed with soybean ink will not produce toxic and harmful substances that pollute the environment when used, so they can be called environmental friendly printing materials. Wu Weiqiang said that this characteristic of soybean ink is conducive to the recycling of recycled paper industry. It has incomparable advantages over traditional ink in terms of resource utilization and environmental protection, and has good economic and social benefits

in the product exhibition hall of Weigao company, I saw that the label printed with environmental friendly ink was clearly printed on the packaging box of a children's furniture, but there was a problem that the external computer could be changed into a built-in one. Wuweiqiang told: not everyone can use this mark, and the use of this mark must obtain the certification mark of the American Soybean Association. In Europe and the United States, printing materials using soybean ink should be specially marked with this eye-catching mark when they are launched, so as to expand the social influence of environmental protection products

affected by the international and domestic markets, the raw materials of Ningbo Weigao company increased by 20% and the wages of workers increased by 12% this year, but Weigao still maintained a rapid development speed in the difficulties, and the output this year increased by 25% compared with last year. Wu Weiqiang believes that this is the result of the enterprise adhering to high-quality products for many years and closely following the pulse of the industry

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