Sun Chemical has expanded its Streamline range of eco-solvent alternative inkjet inks with the introduction of a new 'ultra-low' odour product. The Streamline Ultima HPQ LO benefits from their advanced low odour chemistry, to provide a 'high performance' ink for the Mimaki JV300 and JV150 high-speed wide format printers.
Formulated with the same physical properties as the original inks, this OEM-compatible inkjet ink has been fully colour matched and is inter-mixable with Mimaki’s SS21 inks range. This enables printers to switch between inks to reduce waste and achieve total consistency of colour and high quality output, even when using a combination of inks during the same print run, says the company.
Users also benefit from Sun Chemical’s HPQ LO (High Print Quality/Low Odour) ink chemistry platform, which results in significantly lower odour emissions for improved production environments, especially in confined areas.
“All our Streamline OEM-compatible inks are highly engineered to replicate the colour and physical properties of original inks and are rigorously tested to ensure optimum performance. As a result they present cost-effective, operationally efficient alternative inks that guarantee the highest quality output,” says James Gould, Product Manager, Digital Aftermarket at Sun Chemical.
James said: “The introduction of our new Ultima HPQ LO ink to the Streamline portfolio further extends the flexibility of our eco-solvent alternative inks range to address the increasing health and safety responsibilities for print operatives."
The new Streamline Ultima HPQ LO ink is available in CMYK, with special colour options including orange and light black to be added to the series later in the year.