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Durst & Technijet JV for digital textile peripheral solutions
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Digital inkjet printer manufacturer Durst Phototechnik and UK based producer of industrial high pressure cleaning systems, Technijet Ltd have set up a joint venture for the development of peripheral solutions for digital textile production. The common conceptual design of the patented Swiftjet pre treatment system is the basis of the joint venture.

Swiftjet is a spraying and drying unit which is connected upstream of the actual printing machine and, depending on the desired printing result, takes over the chemical pre-treatment of the textile thread.

According to Durst, Technijet's long-term experience with high-pressure jets comes in useful when ensuring the exact application of the composition on the material surface.

Technijet is well known in the textile sector, primarily for its Rotovac washing system which removes lint and dust from printing substrates.

"In all market segments, our highest aim is to replace old technologies with new and disruptive systems and not just about switching from analog to digital. It is a redefinition of the production processes,” CEO of Durst Phototechnik AG Christoph Gamper said.

"With our printing systems and the new pre-treatment technology we can significantly reduce our ecological footprint, particularly in textile printing,” he added. (AR)

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