Team prometho discloses the secret of Schlabbecks experimental kitchen.
It is Friday 24th March 2017. Fearless and experienced in lab work team prometho enters the dark world of the mysterious butcher Schlabbeck. And what the brave heroes have seen is impossible to describe in words. But they have made it…
photo: ©CHAMÄLEON - Alles nur Theater Neuwied e.V.
… and at the end with a lot of fun and team spirit and with more than 6 minutes to spare we were able to solve the puzzle. It was a great afternoon again and we would like to say, "Thank you", to the organisers "Alles nur Theater Neuwied e.V.".
Safety at work, environmental protection and quality…
... are the most important criteria we work to. This is confirmed by independent authorities in regular audits. On February 11th the German Social Accident Insurance Institution for the Raw Materials and Chemical Industry (BG RCI) reviewed our safety and health management system and awarded us the seal of approval "Systematic Safety" for another three years. The assessment also proved that the OHSAS 18001:2007 guidelines are implemented.
What does mineral oil have to do with inks?
"Nothing" in our opinion and we are happy that trading companies have reacted and "have shut off the oil supply of the food industry". (Source: chemie.de "Aldi Süd dreht Lebensmittelwirtschaft Öl-Hahn zu", "Aldi Sued shuts off the oil supply of the food industry" from 7.03.2016).
All our inks are free from mineral oil according to recipe and this is nothing new for us, but a matter of course.
prometho plays it save…
… and hunts the double agent
It is Friday the 5th of February 2016. Team prometho takes on the challenge and goes to a cryptic room to unveil the secret surrounding the mysterious butcher Schlabbeck.
photo: ©Felix Schwarzrock, www.66minuten.de
Even if only a few seconds were missing at the end, with a lot of fun and team spirit we moved from puzzle to puzzle and lock to lock. It was a great afternoon and we would like to say Thank you to the organisers "Alles nur Theater Neuwied e.V.".
Changes in labelling of MEK inks
In October 2015 a big dye manufacturer announced a serious change in classification and labelling of its solvent black 29. According to this new classification this dye must be labelled H411 Toxic to aquatic life with long-lasting effects and from October 2015 also H360D Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
As many solvent based inks which have MEK as their main solvent component contain this dye, this also affects the classification and labelling of these inks. It is essential to contact your ink manufacturer for correct labelling and a current MSDS. And if you are unsure about using these inks, we can provide you with a less hazardous and safer alternative. We continuously replace hazardous and unsafe ingredients. We look forward to your enquiry.
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