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Inkjet Inks

(June 2009) posted on Fri Jun 12, 2009

Sun Chemical Corp.


Sun Chemical recently debuted ESL (EcoSol Light) and Ultima inks, both for use with wide-format printing. Both are aftermarket inks that form part of the Streamline product line from Sun Chemical. The Streamline group of products consists of solvent, oil, and water-based inks. They’re formulated to have color and physical properties similar to OEM offerings so that existing color profiles and printer settings can be used. ESL inks have been developed for wide format printers, specifically from Roland. Ultima inks are formulated for Mimaki JV33 wide-format printers and are also compatible with Mimaki SS21 inks. Sun Chemical says that, like the ESL inks, the properties of the Ultima inks match those from the original manufacturer and are non-flammable, non-hazardous, have an excellent adhesion to a wide range of media, and can provide customers with significant cost savings. Sun Chemical Corp., 35 Waterview Blvd., Parsippany, NJ 07054, 973-404-6000, fax: 973-404-6001, Web: www.sunchemical.com.

 


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