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Kiaan Digital to launch water based inks at FESPA 2015
Apr '15
Kiian Digital, a producer of digital textile inks will launch its new Digistar range of water based inks for the soft signage and textile printing industry at FESPA 2015 at Hall 7 Stand K-5.

Alongside, Kiian Digital has also signed up as a Platinum Partner Sponsor for Fespa 2015, a press release from the Company informs.

The Digistar WR-500 is a water-based multi-purpose sublimation transfer ink which is compatible with Ricoh Gen 5 printhead.

Ideal for large format printers, it can be printed onto a wide range of substrates across the sports apparel, fashion and interior décor sectors, providing maximum versatility.

“The Digistar WR-500 offers high chromatic performance and colour concentration, good general fastness and excellent release transfer capacity,” it adds.

Another ink, the Digistar AIR is also a sublimation transfer ink, compatible with Ricoh printheads.

Developed for printing onto light and or low coated papers, this new transfer ink has excellent quick drying features, high colour concentration and does not require risk labelling.

Another offering, the Digistar Tune sublimation ink has been developed for direct printing, which is also again compatible with Ricoh printheads.

According to Kiaan, the Digistar Tune offers the perfect balance between brightness and general fastness, providing high chromatic performance and productivity.

Digistar Tex-R is Kiian’s new water based pigment inks for direct printing and is extremely versatile and suitable for use with a wide range of fabrics.

The eco-friendly choice, Digistar Tex-R is a low-environmental-impact ink set with reduced water consumption and a shorter and more cost-effective printing process, thereby optimising production cycle.

Finally, Kiian will also be launching an exciting new selection of fluorescent colours for its most popular Digistar ink ranges, the HD-One, HI-Pro and K-One series.

“The introduction of new yellow, pink, green and blue fluorescent inks to this popular series will be a welcome addition, enabling many end users to further differentiate themselves in the marketplace,” it says.

A selection of applications showing all inks will be displayed across the stand beginning from fashion, sports apparel and accessories through to soft signage and banners.

“Our new Digistar water-based ink range has a quality and vibrancy that will genuinely impress visitors and demonstrate, once again, that we lead the way in ink innovation,” Alessandra Borghi, sales director, says.

“The new ink ranges are compatible with most major hardware brands and we have worked closely with companies to ensure, we can offer a solution that works seamlessly with their machines,” Borghi too adds.

Headquartered in Italy, Kiian Digital delivers in over 90 countries worldwide through its offices in Italy, China and USA.

Among its products are sublimation, disperse and pigment inks for applications such as sportswear, snow gear, flags and banners, displays, interior and much more. (AR)

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