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Kornit to show Avalanche DC Pro at CITPE 2015
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May '15
At this year’s CITPE Show in Guangzhou in China, Kornit Digital, a manufacturer of digital textile printing machines will be showcasing two models of its Avalanche digital textile printing technologies.

The highlight at Kornit’s booth T-002 will be the Avalanche DC Pro which is the only digital system designed for one-step discharge and has full digital applications at an industrial level.

“Also on show is the high-productivity, six-colour-plus-white Avalanche Hexa which delivers the largest and most vivid gamut for industrial DTG,” Kornit informed in a press release.

According to Kornit, the Avalanche family features in-line pre-treatment, so it does not require external preparation steps and provides one of the most efficient and cost-effective ways to print on garments.

“Avalanche DC Pro is the only solution that provides an array of discharge and white options as it can print CMYK over discharge, CMYK over white or CMYK over a discharge and white combination,” it said.

“The DC Pro now carries a new discharge ink that requires no mixing, and has shelf life of one year,” it observed.

And like all of Kornit’s DTG systems, the Avalanche DC Pro features high productivity, combined with low printing and operating costs and the largest print area in the market at 60 x 90 cm.

“The Kornit Avalanche DC Pro has been specifically designed for garment decorators looking to utilise digital printing within the high fashion market,” it added.

“The Avalanche DC Pro makes its first appearance in China which gives us the great opportunity to demonstrate our advanced technology,” Eyal Manzoor, Kornit’s managing director (Asia Pacific) said.

“The show gives us the ideal platform to demonstrate our industrial DTG systems to all companies wanting to find new and profitable additions to their product portfolios,” he too added.

With its unique inclusion of red and green, plus regular CMYK and white, the Kornit Avalanche Hexa produces a colour range 30 per cent larger than standard CMYK models.

It simplifies colour handling and colour matching, with users being able to reproduce branding and spot colours quickly and accurately.

It features two printing pallets and an optimized control of the printing sequence which results in print speeds of up to 250 garments per hour.

Kornit inks meet the most rigorous environmental regulations, including Oeko-Tex 100 standard, GOTS V3.0, heavy-metal free, formaldehyde-free and alkyl phenol ethoxylates (APE)-free.

“NeoPigment’s overall efficiency is complemented by brilliant and intense colours, an excellent ‘hand feel’, and long-term durability and wash fastness,” Kornit informed.

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