Nazdar adds new colours to 130 Series

Richard Stuart-Turner
Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Nazdar Ink Technologies has expanded its 130 Series of solvent inkjet inks with two new colours.

The new inks are designed for use in Mimaki printers using its SS21 ink
The new inks are designed for use in Mimaki printers using its SS21 ink

With immediate effect, Orange and Light Black have joined the existing range of CMYK plus Light Cyan, and Light Magenta.

Nazdar said their addition would enable users to deliver an enhanced range of colours and more accurate greyscale printing on graphics output.

Designed specifically for use in Mimaki digital printers using Mimaki SS21 ink, the Nazdar 130 Series inks are closely colour-matched and chemically compatible with the original inks.

Nazdar said flushing, purging, or re-profiling is not necessary when transitioning, due to the accurate colour reproduction capabilities of the inkset.

The inks are suitable for multiple substrates including vinyl, banner material, blue back paper, and backed mesh, and are said to have enhanced drying characteristics to accommodate faster print speeds.

Nazdar market segment manager for aqueous and solvent digital Stephen Woodall said: “The Orange ink has been added to the range to ensure our end-user customers can achieve a wider, more vibrant colour gamut, while the new Light Black option will help deliver stunning monochrome images.”

The 130 Series inks are designed for maximum outdoor resistance to colour fade and chemical attack caused by the combined effects of UV degradation and environmental pollution.

Each colour is formulated with durable long-term outdoor pigments and, when used with proper colour management, Nazdar said colour variance of the original print density will be minimal over a period of 24 months for vertical outdoor exposure.

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