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Van Son Introduces Eco Plus Wide Format Ink Line

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Hauppauge, NY -  Van Son Holland Ink Corporation is delighted to announce that they now have a green line of Wide Format Inkjet inks called Eco Plus.  Van Son’s Eco Plus is biodegradable, free of hazardous air pollutants and has low volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).      

The Eco Plus line is “in response to the demand in the marketplace to be more environmentally conscious.  Utilizing Clean Print Technology, Van Son’s Eco Plus Inks exhibit remarkable print quality, and unmatched rub and scratch resistance which makes it the best solution for our customers who choose to go green.”  said Paul Fedorys, Wide Format Business Development Manager for Van Son Ink.

Initially, Eco Plus will be available for Roland and Mimaki printers.  The Eco Plus ink is formulated to print on a variety of media including PVC, standard uncoated stock, flex and vinyl.  Van Son’s Eco Plus will shock eco-friendly digital printers with its unrivaled rub and scratch resistance, remarkable durability, exceptional print quality and unparalleled adhesion.     

Van Son was founded in 1872 and is a leading manufacturer of ink and pressroom supplies.  As printing technology continues to evolve, Van Son’s team of ink formulators are busy creating new and better inks — formulas for today’s emerging trends and technologies — and even experimental printing applications destined to become the printing standards of the next generation of printers. 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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