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Dystar and Zimmer launch Jettex 4.0 at ITMA Milan
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Dec '15
Dystar, a global solution provider for colorants, auxiliaries and services to the textile industry, launched the best performing digital textile printing ink – Jettex 4.0 in collaboration with Zimmer Austria, a leading producer of digital printing machines for the textile industry at ITMA Milan 2015, according to a press statement released by Dystar.

The two companies developed Jettex 4.0 as a solution to the growing demand from the digital textile printing industry in terms of stress resistance, robustness, fastness, eco-friendliness, open-time, colour strength and drop-forming performance.

Jettex 4.0, apparently the latest innovation in the digital textile printing industry, is available for all state-of-the-art and newly launched print heads. Jettex Black provides the deepest shades of black. Jettex Vat, the first industrial vat ink, offers solutions for the complex needs of the home textile industry.

Zimmer Austria and DyStar are further working on optimised fixation system for vat inks, and a workable solution which can change the inkjet printing industry for home textile, work wear and military market is likely to be in place by 2016.

The two companies have been partnering for the development of latest inkjet technologies since many years. (MCJ)

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