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Sensient debuts ElvaJet Swift ink for Epson DX print heads
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Mar '15
Sensient Global Inks has launched ElvaJet Swift; a new series of digital sublimation inks for Epson DX print heads that it says will redefine productivity in textile printing.

“ElvaJet Swift inks are unrivalled in quality and performance, and enable the most cost effective and efficient printing in the industry today,” Sensient informs in a press release.

According to Sensient, the new ink series offers substantial cost and time savings and Elvajet Swift users can easily and significantly improve efficiency thanks to key advantages.

These advantages include, ease of inks installation, outstanding printability on virtually any printer equipped with Epson DX printheads and unmatched open time and immediate start after printing pause.

It also offers other advantages like fast drying and high transfer rate on coated and uncoated paper, superior colour strength at much lower ink consumption and finally eco-sustainability.

Sensient is exhibiting at the ISA International Sign Expo from April 9-11, 2015 in Las Vegas at booth no. 5,389 and at FESPA exhibition in Cologne, Germany at booth no. G-15 from May 18-22, 2015.

Sensient Global Inks, a business unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation, is a developer and manufacturer in the field of sublimation printing.

Through years of experience and knowledge within the textile printing industry, Sensient has developed a range of traditional inks, digital inks and colors which exemplifies excellence.

With the ElvaJet family of products and their value-enhancing approach to industrial digital printing, Sensient Imaging Technologies S.A. produces inks with proven performance in industrial digital printing. (AR)

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