GSW Is New Distributor of Nazdar Ink Technologies


Graphix Supply World has announced that it will distribute Nazdar Ink Technologies’ products in Africa.

Established in 1922, Nazdar has grown into one of the major international manufacturers and distributors of screen, wide-format digital, and narrow-web printing inks. Nazdar’s quality ink products are available to service all typical applications and all common printing systems. The company’s mission to provide superior products and service for customers has lead to continued development and continued growth. Their ink products allow for cost savings without compromising quality, leading warranty cover, exceptional support and genuine ink expertise whenever it is required.

Nazdar Ink Technologies recently announced its 720 and 260 UV Inkjet Ink Series, the latest in a long line of high quality inkjet products.

Nazdar 720 is a flexible ink that was engineered with low-odour ingredients while maintaining the ultimate in adhesion characteristics. The 720 Series ink is very flexible, which makes it perfect for point of purchase applications like pressure sensitive vinyl, banners and window clings. Due to its resistance to edge chipping, the 720 Series ink also performs very well on rigid materials that require router or die cutting.

One key benefit of 720 over other UV inkjet inks is its outstanding adhesion to acrylic materials of all grades and qualities. Nazdar 720 Series is packaged for use in a wide variety of printer models. It is offered in the standard six-colour set and also includes white, clear, and an extended colour set that features orange, green and violet.

The 260 Series is designed for plug-and-play compatibility with the Roland EcoUV ink set and is offered in 220ml cartridges that include the basic four process colours as well as clear and white. Nazdar 260 Series is also offered in one litre containers for printer models that use non-heated print heads and require a UV ink that operates at normal conditioned room temperatures. The one litre packaging also includes light cyan and light magenta. The 260 Series inks are designed to be cured with a 395 nanometre LED lamp system.

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