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DyStar Updates Website Introduces New Inks

DyStar, Germany, has updated its website, www.dystar.com, to include an e-dyes customer portal. The new portal contains information on DyStars core line of products, an electronic pattern card to assist customers in selecting and ordering dyes on-line, downloadable colorimetric files, dyeing recipes and special offers.In other company news, DyStar has introduced 10 water-soluble Jettex® A inks for wool, silk and polyamide for piezo printing. The inks comprise seven standard inks and three supplementary inks.Together, the Flavine 7GFL E-0 and Rhodamine BN E-0 fluorescent inks provide new options for designs on swimwear fabrics. According to the company, the new dyes enable digital printing to cover the same color space as conventional acid dye printing, thus improving the transfer from digital printing to traditional production units.

July 2003

Wolfram Reddig, Ph.D., product development, DyStar, holds a silk fabric printed with DyStars new Jettex inks.



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