Hitachi’s UX-Series of continuous inkjet printers, available from Visy Technology Systems, is the pinnacle of innovation in marking and coding technology, offering reliability and efficiency.

The heart of the UX-Series is its diaphragm pump. Unlike a gear pump, a diaphragm pump does not shear the ink passing through it, this results in lower viscosity and can adversely affect print quality.

Each pump features four chambers that work together, distributing the pump load, improving the lifespan of the unit.

Reliability partners with efficiency in Hitachi’s latest Pulse Recovery Technology. Designed to suppress makeup evaporation, the fluid recovery technique and motor speed control delivers up to up to 50 per cent less makeup usage compared to previous models.

Cartridge style fluid management is mess-free. Each cartridge drains fully into its respective reservoir. The intuitive 10.4-inch TFT LCD touch panel offers easy to use icons, troubleshooting guides and a preview function when changing messages.

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Food & Drink Business

Fine Food Australia has cancelled its 2020 trade show due to the reintroduction of stage three COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria. The show was scheduled to take place from 7-10 September in Melbourne.

Freedom Foods Group has advised the ASX that its voluntary trading halt will remain in place until 30 October while it investigates its financial position.

Bega Cheese has announced the reduction and consolidation of its processed cheese production, with 74 jobs to go at its Bega facility by Christmas.