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Sensient to present digital ink solutions at ISA Sign Expo
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Sensient Imaging Technologies
Courtesy: Sensient Imaging Technologies
Sensient Imaging Technologies, a leading supplier of inkjet inks for digital textile, industrial digital and sublimation printing, will be showcasing its technologies at ISA Sign Expo 2016, to be held in Orlando from April 20-23. Sensient will be demonstrating its wide range of digital ink solutions for industrial applications as well as the performance of the Sensient, Xennia and Elvajet ink ranges in booth 245, according to a press release.

The Sensient, Xennia and Elvajet ranges of digital textile inks are compatible with major high production digital textile printing machines and gives customers the potential to digitally decorate any textile substrate with outstanding results.

“For many years Sensient has been recognised as the innovation leader within dye sublimation and by adding pioneering products for direct to textile printing under the Xennia brand, Sensient is now set apart in offering high quality solutions for any fabric,” said Simon Daplyn, Sensient product manager for textile inks.

“Offering our customers revolutionary products to allow them to grow their businesses with clear confidence in our ability to offer market leading color and print performance is key. Sensient will continue to innovate and expand our portfolio with a clear development focus on creating ink solutions that offer ultimate value for our customers based on their needs and requirements,” Daplyn explains.

“Sensient will continue to lead the drive towards eco-sustainability in textiles and to remain the innovation leader of creative and environmentally conscious products for textile applications,” Daplyn further added. (NA)

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