Recently we post a new kind sublistar eco-solvent ink in our social media like facebook and twitter, some are curious about our new ink, today we will introduce you our this new member!
New sublistar eco-solvent inks are based on non-aggressive solvents, which means they don’t produce the same level of harmful volatile organic compounds in the print room as traditional solvent inks. What they do share with the traditional solvent inks, however, is the ability to print on a wide range of coated and uncoated substrates. This makes them the ideal system for outdoor sign applications, as the ink is waterproof, abrasion resistant and long-lasting.
If you’re printing for outdoor applications, you need an ink that can withstand the elements – rain, wind and sun can make outdoor signage look faded and tatty far too quickly if you’ve used the wrong inks or substrate. Eco-solvents offer a solution. These are all subjected to the company’s own stringent durability testing. A panel of three tests includes assessment for abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and outdoor durability. All our eco-solvent inks are highly durable in comparison to latex inks, which require lamination to extend their lifespan.
One of the great advantages of using an eco-solvent ink system is that it can offer a wider colour gamut than latex. As well as the standard CMYK, eco-solvent inks are available in light cyan, light magenta, light black, orange, green, violet, white and even silver or metallic. Typically, you can expect brighter colours and a glossier finish than with latex inks. The reason for this is that eco-solvent inks interact directly with the substrate, so when printed onto a glossy surface the glossy property is retained. In contrast, latex inks lie on top of whatever surface they’re printed onto, giving a matt finish.
We have the factory for our own ink, so dont afraid the quality and service, if you have any need for the printing ink, like eco-solvent ink, dye sublimation ink and the uv ink, pls feel free to contact us!