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Several innovations by India's Nano Tech Chemical Brothers

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Aug '18
Courtesy: Nano Tech Chemical Brothers
Courtesy: Nano Tech Chemical Brothers
Ludhiana-based Nano Tech Chemical Brothers has developed a silicone ink base for cotton-rich fabrics that resolves the issue of short-fibres when garments are printed with silicone inks, according to a top company official. It has also developed a hide-out silicone ink base that covers sublimated prints and also resolves the issue of migration, he said.

The company, which manufactures a wide range of products that caters to textiles, garment printing, thread lubricants, industrial rubber production and personal care industries, has developed an ink base as well that works through an injection-mould application for sharp high-density print which otherwise is not possible through a screen-print, Vishal Vinayak, managing director, strategic management, in the company, told Fibre2Fashion in an interview. (DS)

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Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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