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Xennia debuts digital textile ink for polyamide printing
19
Mar '15
Xennia Technology said it has launched a full range of digital textile inks for printing of silk and polyamide fabrics including nylon and lycra, elastane and spandex.

According to a Xennia Technology press release, Xennia Agate offers excellent colour and fastness performance combined with production reliability.

The Xennia Agate range of digital textile inkjet inks is designed for high quality polyamide fabric printing, aimed at sports, swimwear and intimate apparel applications.

“Xennia Agate is available for high speed production digital textile printing systems based on Kyocera KJ4B print heads,” it added.

"Xennia Agate is a high performance ink designed for polyamide textile decoration, which uses dye chemistry to give customers excellent colour vibrancy and fastness,” said Olivier Morel, CTO at Xennia.

Tim Phillips, marketing manager added, "While smaller than the cellulosics market, the silk and polyamide markets are important ones with stringent quality requirements.”

“Adding Xennia Agate to our expanding range allows us to help a wider audience of customers looking for high quality digital textile ink products," he observed.

Xennia is a leading supplier to the digital textiles industry and its high quality ink products have been deployed in major textile mills worldwide for several years.

Xennia digital textile inks enable printers to add value for its customers by creating high colour fabric prints with minimised materials, energy and water usage.

Xennia's range includes Xennia Amethyst reactive dye ink for printing cotton and cellulosics, Xennia Corundum sublimation ink for polyester and Xennia Moissanite UV curable ink for outdoor textile printing.

Xennia is part of Royal TenCate, the specialist materials company, headquartered in the Netherlands, which combines textile technology with related chemical processes and material technology. (AR)

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