Citronix designs and manufactures a comprehensive range of continuous ink jet printers (CIJ) to apply identifying marks such as best before dates, traceability codes, barcodes, logos and batch codes to almost any kind of material or surface.

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Leading Global Supplier of Continuous Inkjet Printers

Our ciSeries Range of Printers

Citronix offers a comprehensive range of continuous ink jet (CIJ) printers and inks to meet all your coding and marking needs. Citronix printers offer a non-contact way to code your products, whether plastic, metal, paper, wood, glass or other surface type, with one to five lines of high quality text, graphics and bar codes at very high speeds.

The new ciSeries range of printers introduced in 2016 comprises the ci5200, ci5300, ci5500 and ci5650. Pigment, Heavy Pigment, Micro and HS50 (High Speed 50 Micron) specialty printers are also available as variants of the ci5500 and ci5650 models.


Entry level printer for typical 1 or 2 line printing applications at speeds of up to 6.9m/s.


Intermediate printer in stainless steel cabinet to meet 1 or 3 line printing applications.


Advanced high performance with the capability to print up to 5 lines of text, graphics and barcodes at high speeds.


Harsh environment printer with positive air pressurized enclosure and printhead for extreme dust or wash-down environments.

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Coding Excellence

Full print capabilities including: alpha numerics, logos, graphics and variety of linear 2D Datamatrix and QR codes; multiple languages; bold; upper and lower case; reverse and inverted printing; rotated character (tower) printing; variable character height and width; sequential numbering; forward and backward counting; continuous print capability

ciPrecisionPlus – optimized speed and print quality settings via smooth step control for accurate drop placement.

High speed printing of up to 9.8m/s – even faster with Micro (10.3m/s) and HS50 (10.6m/s)