Sun Chemical Launches Wide-format Inks
Sun Chemical has released two new solvent-ink products, called Streamline ESL HPQ and Streamline Ultima HPQ, for use with wide-format inkjet equipment.
The new additions to the Streamline range, according to Sun Chemical, have been matched to the original products for both colour shade and strength, as well as physical properties, enabling customers to continue using their existing settings when converting from the original inks.
The Streamline ESL HPQ product is designed for use with systems from Mutoh (Valuejet, Spitfire, Rockhopper II, Falcon and Blizzard), Agfa (Grand Sherpa), Roland (Soljet Pro II, Pro III), and machines fitted with Epson 10000/DX4 or DX5 print heads.
The Streamline Ultima HPQ line is designed for Mimaki systems, including the JV33 and JV5 models, as well as all Mimaki printers using SS21 inks or any machines using Epson DX5 print heads.
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