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De-gassed solvent inks launched

A new range of de-gassed solvent inks has been launched ahead of this year’s Sign & Digital UK exhibition.

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The new Atlantic ColourSURE two-litre bags

Atlantic Tech Services has announced the release of its new ColourSURE de-gassed solvent two-litre inks pouches/bags (CS3033C). The new inks have been created following on from the success of the ColourSURE Premium Ink Brand, in which the inks go through a de-gassing process prior to being packed into the two-litre bags.

The ColourSURE CS3033 Premium Solvent Inks have been developed specifically for use with Mimaki printers to provide an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) colour match.

According to Atlantic Tech Services, the de-gassing process is an important feature when used in conjunction with the newer Mimaki JV300 and CJV300 printers, as it helps the internal flow of the ink to the print heads and ensures trouble-free printing.

The de-gassing process is an important feature when used in conjunction with the newer Mimaki JV300 and CJV300 printers

The ink is supplied in pouches with supply feed connectors which can be used with the Mimaki Bulk Ink System (MBIS) or other alternative bulk systems.

The firm says: “ColourSURE Inks have been formulated to deliver improved print quality and performance, reduce annual ink costs and improve the performance and running costs of your printers.”

The firm will debut the new range at the Sign & Digital 2019 exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham from April 2nd to 4th, 2019.

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