The special blue and white bottle uses thermochromic ink
to reveal a special message when frozen.
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Chromatic Technologies Inc.(CTI), provider of thermochromic ink
and other environmentally reactive technology, announced the introduction of Tamper Alert, a new irreversible, heat-activated ink technology to identify tamper evidence in labels and packaging for chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food, electronics and other products targeted for theft and counterfeiting.
The back label incorporates a thermochromic ink
, which changes color in response to temperature variation.
is temperature sensitive and can change color with exposure to heat.
The company's subsequent search for an irreversible thermochromic ink
led them to partner with the University of Rhode Island in what is now trademarked and patented as The Food Sentinel System.
A precise thermochromic ink
visibly reacts to all the critical parameters of steam sterilization to demonstrate that the desired exposure to steam in a specific cycle has occurred within the pack, container, pouch or wrapped item that was sterilized.
is the Pet Rock ink of the New Millennium.
"With thermochromic ink
, a teller can hold a finger on an embedded key for a couple seconds, then take the finger away, and the key will disappear.
A small section of it has been printed with thermochromic ink
which sees the cloud change from dark and gloomy to a cheerful sky blue when it is touched.
A special thermochromic ink
on the wrapper changes colour when it is cooled below 8C (44F) revealing a snow crystal pattern or eskimo cartoon in the choc bar's famous logo.
The firm recently introduced an inpack tester featuring a bright, easy to read thermochromic ink
strip that measures the power level of batteries with readings of "good" and "replace."