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Texart™ SBL3 inks receive OEKO-TEX class I certification

July 13th, 2015 / By: / Industry News, News

Water-based Texart™ SBL3 inks can print in up to 8-color configurations to offer color intensity and sharp detail for sublimated fabrics, apparel and customized product applications. Photo: Roland DGA
Water-based Texart™ SBL3 inks can print in up to 8-color configurations to offer color intensity and sharp detail for sublimated fabrics, apparel and customized product applications. Photo: Roland DGA

Roland DGA Corp., Irvine, Calif., has received OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, product class I certification for its Texart SBL3 dye-sublimation inks. This Nissenken Quality Evaluation Center certification provides assurance that the inks, made for use with the company’s new Texart RT-640 dye-sublimation printer, are safe for inkjet printing on polyester fabric to create a wide variety of sublimated items, including products for babies and toddlers.

Roland’s Texart SBL3 ink and the RT-640 dye-sublimation printer were both launched in October 2014. This was followed by the introduction of Texart Transfer Paper in March. The Texart RT-640 printer incorporates technological advancements that optimize sublimation transfer output while minimizing running costs. One of the RT-640’s major innovations is its ability to take full advantage of Roland’s new SBL3 inks, which are available in both four-color (CMYK) and eight-color (light cyan, light magenta, orange and violet).

Source: Roland DGA

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