Efi Reggiani launches ecoTERRA pigment solution at the Fespa Global Print Expo

Solution for greener textile printing

Efi Reggiani’s ecoTERRA pigment solution for greener textile printing. Photo Efi Reggiani

Efi Reggiani has unveiled its Efi Reggiani ecoTERRA pigment solution at the Fespa Global Print Expo. The new pigment solution making its debut there is an advanced integrated solution for streamlined, greener textile printing.

“We are truly thrilled to provide our Fespa visitors a preview of an innovative pigment printing solution that delivers authentic textile printing results while cutting water and energy consumption,” said Efi Reggiani senior vice president and general manager Adele Genoni. “This is another confirmation of our commitment to green innovation. The Efi Reggiani ecoTERRA solution contributes to making the textile industry more sustainable, reducing the environmental footprint to deliver an eco-friendlier direct-to-fabric printing experience.”

A new level of sustainable direct-to-fabric printing

The EFI Reggiani ecoTERRA is an all-in-one solution for water-based pigment printing that requires no ancillary equipment for pre- and post-treatment. Its patent-pending technology helps dramatically cut energy and water consumption in the overall process for a more sustainable direct-to-fabric printing experience.

According to the company, users will benefit from ecoTERRA’s ability to deliver excellent wet and dry fastness, remarkable sharpness in detail, and extraordinarily high durability while also yielding longer printhead life with reduced maintenance costs.

The new ecoTERRA ink range features seven colors – cyan, magenta, yellow, black, blue, red, and green – for an expanded color gamut. An enhanced polymerization and finishing unit for the Efi Reggiani ecoTERRA also gives the fabric a softer hand feel, delivering performance that is in line with the most stringent textile industry requirements.

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