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SunJet to showcase versatility of inkjet chemistry at FESPA 2013

Press release from the issuing company

MIDSOMER NORTON, UK - SunJet, the global inkjet division of Sun Chemical, will present its wide portfolio of inkjet inks at FESPA 2013, 25 - 29 June at the ExCeL London exhibition centre. 

On the Sun Chemical stand B20N, SunJet will demonstrate its wealth of expertise and understanding of application needs by showcasing brand new product technology to add to its diverse range of inkjet inks.

Visitors will see inkjet technology for the decoration of glass and printed items, demonstrating the versatility of SunJet's UV ink chemistry for industrial applications.

There will be a special focus on new traffic and transport signage inks, compliant with European legislation for durability and retroreflectivity across a broad range of market-defined colours. (Note to editors: See separate press release: SunJet and Orafol launch Oralite UV digital traffic signage solution)

SunJet will also demonstrate its capability in the joint development of graphics and industrial inkjet ink solutions with OEM partners and will reinforce its renowned collaboration with all of the major printhead manufacturers with the introduction of some newly approved LED curing inks.

SunJet's wide range of enhanced inks for conventional UV and UV LED printers will be on show, with chemistry tailored to OEM needs in terms of application requirements, print speed and printer architecture. 

Peter Saunders, Global Business Manager, SunJet, comments: "As an industry, we are seeing that industrial applications are moving to digital, and that graphics and wide format is now about real production. This places increased emphasis on the importance of innovation in ink chemistry. SunJet will have the widest range of inks at the show, demonstrating our ability to develop chemistry to meet our OEM partners' aspirations, whatever the application."

Join SunJet at the Sun Chemical stand at FESPA 2013, North Hall, Stand B20N.


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