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Kiian Digital to show disperse inks at Heimtextil
Nov '17
Courtesy: Kiian Digital
Courtesy: Kiian Digital
Kiian Digital, a leading manufacturer of inks for digital print, will showcase disperse inks at Heimtextil, the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, which is scheduled to be held from January 9, 2018 in Frankfurt. The three-day exhibition will keep on display solutions developed for the interior textile industry.

At the exhibition, visitors will get an opportunity to see prints produced using Kiian Digital’s Digistar Bravo and disperse dye inks for direct printing, compatible with Kyocera printheads, Kiian Digital said in a press release. Digistar Bravo meets the interior textile industry criteria of high quality, outstanding general fastness, high run ability in industrial applications and environmental friendliness.

"Kiian Digital through its full textile standard compliance programme enables production of sustainable prints," said Alessandra Borghi, sales director Kiian Digital, a JK Group brand. "Recently, we have made considerable progress in this regard. Kiian Digital’s Eco Passport certified ink, Digistar Hi-Pro, has entered the ZDHC Chemical Gateway."

"The ability to transition from volume production to customised manufacturing is a key challenge even for the interior textiles market," said Marco Girola, JK Group marketing specialist. "Digital textile printing with Digistar Bravo supports this. The dyestuffs selected for each colour, in particular the extremely deep intensity and shades of blacks and spot colours, allow printers to freely reproduce leading-edge colour palettes and achieve superior fastness. An endless variation of prints can be produced in cost-effective way." (RR)

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