There’s nothing as eco-friendly as pure, clean water. Landa Nanographic Printing™ Presses all feature water-based ink and an eco-friendly process. Water is environmentally friendly, it’s plentiful and it’s cheap. We at Landa believe that in tomorrow’s world all printing should be ecologically responsible.
Water-based Landa NanoInk™ Colorants contain fewer quantities of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) than most conventional printing inks. With pigment particles that are significantly smaller in diameter than other inks, Landa NanoInk delivers more brilliant colors using less pigment. Printed images are a mere 500 nanometers thick, less than half the thickness of offset ink images.
Smart, Eco-Responsible Printing
Landa Nanographic Printing™ Process is a digital technology that eliminates the need for printing plates and reduces makeready time and waste. Printing short runs means you print only the exact quantities your customers require. This reduced the inventory of unfinished goods and the related storage expenses. It also avoids the cost of obsolete finished goods.
Landa Nanographic Printing Presses print on any off-the-shelf media, including recycled paper and paperboard. Using recycled paper with post-consumer waste (PCW) reduces landfill waste as well as the number of trees that are cut for manufacturing virgin paper.
Landa NanoInk™ Colorants are supplied as liquid concentrates and need only be mixed with water onsite to prepare it for use. This method of supply avoids the unnecessary shipping of water – saving space and weight, and reducing the impact on our planet. The recyclable ink containers also reduce the cost of waste disposal.