DuPont introduces Artistri Xite P2700 Inks

New pigment inks for roll-to-roll digital textile printers

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DuPont's new Artistri water-based pigment ink for digital textile is available now Photo DuPont
DuPont's new Artistri water-based pigment ink for digital textile is available now Photo DuPont

Wilmington Delaware, 23 September 2020DuPont Image Solutions announced the new DuPont Artistri Xite P2700 series for its pigment Inks digital textile portfolio. Artistri P2700 is an innovative digital textile premium pigment ink formulated for mid-viscosity printheads, offering best-in-class color with deep, rich black and outstanding color saturation.

Due to the ink formulation, it delivers the quality needed for textile printers in home, furnishings, and apparel applications. DuPont and Creazioni Digitali, based in the province of Como, Italy, collaborated to test and optimize the printing process and quality of the printed fabric.

Durable water-based pigments

We are delighted to deliver brilliant colors with great wet and dry crock without compromising hand feel and the sustainability advantage of water-based pigment ink jet inks,” said Eric Beyeler, global inkjet marketing manager, DuPont Image Solutions.

Quality and durability of the printed fabric is what our customers trust us to deliver,” said Roberto Lucini, CEO Creazioni Digitali, “With DuPont Artistri Xite P2700 inks, we can meet the crock fastness requirements our customers expect, print vibrant colors with reliable jetting performance and all this with the low environmental footprint of digital pigment inks.”

Key features that benefit roll-to-roll printers:

Jetting reliability

2A Wash fastness 4-5; Dry crock ≥ 4; Wet crock ≥ 3.5

High color saturation

Better lightfastness for Y

Colors: CMYK ORBGV (light cmk)

We are very pleased to see how DuPont Artistri Xite P2700 pigment ink is helping Creazioni Digitali and their customers succeed in a very competitive textile marketplace. Creazioni Digitali has always set the standard for printed fabrics and it is a great compliment to have P2700 be selected for their digital textile fabric offering. We look forward to continuously support Creazioni Digitali and their customer’s business success,” said Jan Scharfenberg, EMEA business director, DuPont Image Solutions.

Artistri Xite P2700 is now available for sale. To find out more, please visit https://www.dupont.com/products/artistri-pigment-inks.html

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