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The Linx 5900
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For Immediate Release – July 1, 2013 Contact:  Dina Garland, dgarland@diagraph.com,  636.300.2035  

Diagraph…  Delivering the Linx 5900!

 

Diagraph is pleased to introduce the newest member of the Linx Family of printers.  The Linx 5900 has been designed to provide maximum flexibility and consistently reliable coding, and offers the lowest maintenance costs for this type of printer along with extended service intervals of up to 6,000 hours.  The Linx 5900 prints up to 3 lines of alphanumerics and offers a large 1000 message memory store and built-in USB for faster code changes.  The 5900 is IP55 washdown rated, perfect for food, bever- age and dairy packaging plants where washdown and harsh environments are demanding on equip- ment.  This model continues with Linx Best In Class features that include a sealed, robust, self- cleaning printhead with no manual adjustments, ensuring reliable startups and shutdowns.  Diagraph doesn’t just talk about innovations and high uptime reliability, we realize them.  Learn More.   

 

For more information, call 800-722-1125, send emails to info@diagraph.com or visit www.diagraph.com.  To view videos of our labeling and coding product applications, customer success stories and demonstrations from the trade show booth, please visit YouTube’s Diagraph Channel www.youtube.com/diagraphitw.   Also, please take a moment to “Like Us” on Facebook www.facebook.com/diagraphitw in order to receive announcements and stay in touch with what’s new at Diagraph.

 

Diagraph, An ITW Company is a leading manufacturer and distributor of marking, coding and labeling systems and supplies, and has been in the product identification industry for over 100 years. Diagraph’s products include automated labeling systems, LINX continuous ink jet and laser coders, and large character ink jet and thermal jet systems. Acquired by Illinois Tool Works (ITW) in 2001, Diagraph has the resources and financial backing of a multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 organization. ITW has 825+ business units in over 50 countries employing nearly 60,000 men and women worldwide.




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