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Sensient shows digital textile ink solutions at ITMA
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Nov '15
Sensient Imaging Technologies, Switzerland based supplier of inkjet inks for digital textile, industrial digital and sublimation printing, is demonstrating the performance of the Sensient Xennia Amethyst textile ink range, as well as its wide range of digital textile ink solutions in hall 18, booth A 105, at the ongoing ITMA fair in Milan.
 
The company has also launched the Ultra Black version of Sensient Xennia Amethyst, the market-leading digital textile printing ink for cotton and viscose, which has set new standard for reactive dye digital textile inks.
 
“The Sensient Xennia Amethyst range of digital textile inks is designed for high performance production printing of cotton and viscose apparel and home textiles, and is compatible with major high production digital textile printing machines,” the company said in a press release.
 
For several years, Sensient Xennia Amethyst has been the benchmark for colour performance and printing reliability in the industry. The new Ultra Black ink is a premium addition to the range designed for textile printers looking for the ultimate in rich, deep blacks while retaining the well-known advantages of Sensient Xennia Amethyst in production reliability and printhead life, the release added.
 
“Sensient Xennia Amethyst is the market leader for digital printing of cotton and viscose textiles, and the new Amethyst Ultra Black extends that lead. Benchmark testing against other inks available in the industry demonstrates a clear and distinct advantage for Amethyst Ultra Black in colour depth and richness. This allows textile printers to add a new dimension in jet black design elements and stunning contrast with the bright Amethyst colours already being used by those looking for ultimate performance,” comments Dr Simon Daplyn, Sensient product manager for Textile Inks.
 
“With the recent combination of Xennia Technology and Sensient, we have a wide ranging portfolio of high performance products and, we believe, the best innovation team in the industry. Our development focus is on creative ultimate value for our customers, and we will be releasing further innovations in the next weeks and months,” adds Daplyn. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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