NORTHLAKE, IL, U.S.A. − September 16, 2008 − Printers looking to both enhance productivity and print quality standards can now upgrade to Kohl & Madden's Triumph sheetfed process inks, a new low-VOC ink technology high in renewable raw materials that produces ultra high press performance.
Triumph inks are recommended for all sheetfed presses including perfecting and large format type equipment. Designed to provide excellent abrasion resistance on a variety of stocks, Triumph inks are specifically formulated to help printers finish matte, satin and uncoated work faster.
Triumph inks offer outstanding lithographic performance at very high production speeds to help those using new design presses become more productive. Triumph inks come to color fast, provide outstanding press stability and can help improve press room applied economics.
One of many Sun Chemical "Green Technology" products, Triumph inks offer fast ink setting properties to improve work and turn efficiency. These inks dry rapidly to produce a tough abrasion resistant ink film that improves job finishing success.
"Many printers are looking for systematic ways to enhance productivity and lower application costs at the same time," said Jim Bishop, product manager. "Triumph inks provide the print fidelity characteristics, setting speed and abrasion resistance properties needed to help our customers really push the productivity curve."
As Kohl & Madden's sharpest printing set, Triumph inks are designed to simplify gray balance optimization, formulated to help eliminate misting, and custom engineered for ease of use, offering wide water window lithographic performance.
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