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Reggiani unveils ReNOIR pigment digital printing solution
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Oct '14
Italian textile fabric printing machine manufacturer – Reggiani displayed and launched for the first time ReNOIR pigment digital printing, a new technological solution, at the SGIA exhibition held in Las Vegas, USA.

Reggiani says ReNOIR has been pigment tailored in order to deliver a high quality and efficient pigment print.

The result of which, is an easy-to-manage machine, producing precise print with prolonged and elevated runability.

With the sole purpose of finding positive solutions for each step of the process, Reggiani has worked on the whole printing process, drawing up the preparation as well as the fixation and finishing phases.

The outcome is a simplified process which requires no steaming and no washing, thus reducing the process steps and dramatically decreasing the amount of water, energy and spaces usually needed as well as the emitted pollution.

“Pigment means less time, less costs and benefits for the environment, always maintaining the quality and the hand feel,” Reggiani informs.

Reggiani has fine-tuned a finishing process which makes the pigment solution flexible and adaptable to all the possible necessities of clients like those from home furnishings, outdoor textiles and fashion textiles.

Reggiani says the technical results have been certified by independent and external laboratories according to the international standards of the industry, confirming a rubbing fastness in the range of 5/5.

With regard to the light fastness of the pigment, the results confirm that the Reggiani process is able to withstand the harshness of the outdoors too. (AR)

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