The Pen Warehouse develops certified anti-microbial printing ink

The Pen Warehouse has launched a newly formulated printing ink with Biomaster anti-microbial technology and received certification to prove its efficacy.

After months of in-house research and development, the company has gone through independent testing from an accredited leader in additive manufacture to receive certification.

The Pen Warehouse has launched additional pens, all upgraded with biofree anti-microbial technology to proactively disrupt the growth of bacteria on the surface of the pen and provide another line of defence. Furthermore, all biofree writing instruments will now be offered with Pen Warehouse’s newly formulated spot colour printing ink with Biomaster anti-microbial technology, free of charge as standard, providing complete anti-microbial protection across the whole product effective for its lifetime.

Helen Dyl, operations director of The Pen Warehouse, said: “Promotional hygiene products are here to stay and very early on in the development of our latest pen range, we identified that offering an anti-microbial product without antimicrobial printing ink may reduce the hygiene integrity of the product. We are excited to have pushed the envelope further with our anti-microbial printing technology, offering distributors an all-inclusive hygiene writing instrument at no additional cost.”

The biofree anti-microbial range with Biomaster printing ink technology will be expanding, and products will be selected based on customer demand.

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