Our solvent-based TIJ inks for HP and Funai printheads provide new solutions to old problems encountered when printing on metal, plastic, and other non-porous substrates. Water‑based inks just aren’t made to print well on certain substrates, but that’s where solvent‑based inks have true value. We’ve expanded our array of high-quality solvent‑based inks to include new applications:
Glossy Paper and Cardboard
OUR NEWEST INK
SIGMA, a revolutionary solvent ink with superior decap time, richer blacks & longer shelf life.
Our experts were able to create a TIJ solvent-based ink designed to meet the specific needs of your substrate and operating environment.
Sigma, Kao Collins’s newest solvent ink for HP Specialty Printing Systems, delivers unparalleled performance. Our chemists set out to raise the bar.
Shelf Life: 24 months
Curing: Instant and without heat
Deeper Black: Improved dye delivers richer black and crisp results
Durability: Light-fast, heat and water-resistant
Questions about our new Sigma Solvent Ink? Our experts can help. Contact Us
Kao Collins Solvent-Based Inks
Our customers have relied on these solvent-based inks to solve many common printing problems.
Bear ink is a black ink that does not require a UV curing lamp, and often, does not need a conventional infrared dryer.
Shark ink performs well in very humid packaging environments and provides low maintenance, good adhesion, and water-fastness.
Sigma ink for HP 45si Specialty Printing Systems offers industry-leading decap time of 12 hours and shelf life of 24 months. The ink delivers a richer black that adheres to more challenging substrates.
Sirius ink is formulated for adhesion to tough substrates and retains a high optical density.
Solv-Jet ink is formulated to print on difficult substrates while maintaining a darker image and improved long-term recovery.
For Piezo DOD printheads, our solvent‑based inks are used in fast dry, spot colors, and specialty formulations. Common substrates that are used with solvent‑based Piezo DOD inks include a variety of non-porous substrates like glossy-paper, metal, glass, plastic, and PVC.
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