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Huntsman Textile Effects debuts Novacron XKS HD inks
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Apr '15
Huntsman Textile Effects has launched Novacron XKS HD reactive inks for industrial ink jet printing, which achieve deep and very deep shades as well as true black on multiple fibres.

A press release from Huntsman informs that Novacron XKS HD inks high colour strength requires less ink to achieve the desired colour depth.

The inks are Kyocera-tested and compatible with Kyocera high-speed printer heads commonly used by printer manufacturers.

According to Huntsman, Novacron XKS HD inks deliver high-performance results with minimal printer maintenance or downtime, and minimises ink wastage.

“It offers excellent runnability and up to 50 per cent more colour intensity than other reactive inks available in the market,” it adds.

“Industrial digital printing faces the challenge of delivering superior quality and optimum print reliability while effectively managing cost and environmental impact,” Joerg Allmen at Huntsman Textile Effects says.

“Novacron XKS HD inks address these demands and deliver the full effect of digital designs; intense, vivid colours and top quality finishing,” Allmen adds.

“Our innovative formulation enhances efficiency by reducing ink consumption without compromising on colour intensity and can be combined with Huntsman’s Prepajet Unitm pre-preparation auxiliary,” he informs.

The special polymer structure of the Prepajet Unitm auxiliary prevents ink migration on the fabric surface enabling optimum sharpness, definition and colour intensity and is easy to apply and remove.

The Novacron XKS HD ink range contains eight high density colours for achieving deep and very deep shades, including very deep black.

“Its market-leading and exceptional colour-fastness is ideal for industrial digital printing of apparel and home textiles,” Huntsman observes. (AR)

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