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Nazdar announces availability of new 702 and 703 Series Inks for UV inkjet market

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Stockport, UK - Nazdar Ink Technologies, the manufacturer of one of the most comprehensive selections of UV, water-based and solvent-based wide-format digital inkjet, screen-printing and flexographic inks, has announced a new range of high quality alternative inks for Océ Arizona and Fujifilm Acuity printers. 

Nazdar’s 702 and 703 series inks are the first entry into the Plug and Play UV inkjet market.  Designed for use in the Océ Arizona printers using IJC256 inks (702 Series), and the Fujifilm Acuity printers running the KI Series inks (703 Series), these new inks offer exceptional compatibility, quality and cost effectiveness, combined with a seamless conversion process.  

Closely colour matched and chemically compatible with the IJC256 and Fujifilm KI inks, users can save both time and money by switching one colour at a time.  Flushing, purging, or re-profiling is not necessary when transitioning to Nazdar 702 or 703 series due to the accurate colour reproduction capabilities of the ink set.

On the introduction of the news inks, Rich Dunklee, Market Segment Manager, UV Inkjet Inks at Nazdar Ink Technologies says: “Nazdar UV inkjet ink users worldwide continue to benefit greatly from the high quality and consistency of Nazdar UV inks. Our new plug and play compatible 702 and 703 Series inks bring a new dimension to the competitive UV inkjet ink market.”

The Nazdar 702 and 703 Series inks will be available from early November 2015.  For more information, please visit: www.nazdar.com


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