DanCo Décor Company: Printing with Temperature-Sensitive Dyes

Date: 20 August 2013
Source: http://www.dancodecor.com/en/news/160/
Separate graphical elements are printed on a glass surface with temperature-sensitive dyes. The image or text changes its color after cooling and becomes brighter and more contrast.

Thanks to this advantage it is possible to highlight the priority design elements and create an original style of the product.The color of temperature change can be specified by the customer, who can also choose any color and shade of covering. Printing with temperature-sensitive dyes can be applied on bottles for beverages, glassware, HoReCa and Private Label products and other glass production.

Sergey Danilov, Director of DanCo Décor Company: "Innovation has been developed by our company as part of the annual program of innovational decoration. The application of thermochromic dyes is a promising technology and we already have enough experience to offer our customers new solutions for this innovation. The technology not only creates unusual visual effects, but also provides final product protection against forgery".

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