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Sensient debuting new digital sublimation inks at ITMA
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Oct '15
Sensient Imaging Technologies will showcase its new range of digital sublimation printing inks for high performance decoration of polyester fabrics at ITMA 2015 in hall 18, booth A105.

“The new range is suitable for fashion apparel, sportswear, flag and banner applications,” the company stated in a press release.

“ElvaJet Punch range digital textile inkjet inks are designed to achieve the highest quality sublimation in polyester fabric printing, using both coated and uncoated transfer papers,” it added.

Sensient has designed a specific set, ElvaJet Punch EP, for use on all types of Epson-based systems, including both Epson DX- and Epson TFP-based printers.

“ElvaJet Punch delivers the ultimate sublimation printing performance for polyester textile decoration,” Dr Christophe Bulliard, Sensient’s marketing director said.

Dr Bulliard also added, “With the recent acquisition of Xennia Technology, Sensient has expanded its product range and increased its innovation scope and power.”

“ElvaJet Punch is the first fruit of that innovation, and we expect to launch further new products over the coming months,” he informed.

According to Sensient, in benchmark testing against other market inks, ElvaJet Punch shows superior colour vibrancy and gamut, enhanced transfer efficiency and exceptional jetting performance.

“The ink is also ideal for direct printing onto fabrics, with no image bleed and good print-through,” it too informed in the press release.

Sensient will also be demonstrating the performance of ElvaJet Punch at the SGIA Expo, Atlanta to be held from November 4-6, 2015 in booth 3,763. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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