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Kiian Digital to show sublimation inks at ITMA Asia
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Kiian Digital
Courtesy: Kiian Digital
Kiian Digital, a brand of Italy based JK Group, will display its advanced eco-friendly sublimation inks designed for industrial textile printing at the forthcoming textile machinery trade fair ITMA Asia. Visitors to the company's booth C06 in hall H5 will be able to see extensive textile applications achievable with Kiian Digital's full-product range.
 
During the five days from October 21-25 in Shanghai, the company will showcase the Digistar HI-PRO range of inks which recently passed Nike's Restricted Substance List (RSL) testing. The Digistar HI-PRO series has a vast gamut of 14 striking colours, and is a great sublimation solution for the production of supreme-quality high-fashion apparel, endurance sportswear and equipment.
 
In terms of textile applications, the Digistar HI-PRO range offers supreme image quality and is quick-drying, perfect in the production of applications like sportswear. The range offers a host of benefits to printing companies and end-users including rapid system set-up, less downtime and increased quality, providing customers with lower production costs and improved profit margins.
 
Another product to be featured by the company is the Digistar Evo. This ink offers remarkable printability for printers equipped with two DX7 print heads.
 
The extensive textile applications achievable with Kiian Digital's full product range that will be shown at the trade fair include high-fashion apparel, endurance sportswear and household textiles. (RKS)
 

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