Tecglass launches a new range of inks

Tecglass develops Jetver HA, a laser-focused ink for the home appliances industry
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Date: 1 December 2020

Tecglass develops Jetver HA, a laser-focused ink for the home appliances industry.

Continuing its quest for innovation, Tecglass launches a new range of inks developed to offer an extremely high degree of precision and durability. The new JETVER HA series is here and it complies with the most stringent industry safety standards, depending on the quality and chemical resistance properties required.

This professional range of inks was specifically developed for the home appliance industry, using a special formulation to meet its specific requirements, such as the firing process used when manufacturing home appliances.

Among the other inks in the JETVER family, the HA range boasts improved performance in terms of application, coverage and chemical resistance.

Formulated for enhanced precision in wet color application, the innovative JETVER HA range offers endless possibilities in creating printed glass-ceramic ink patterns, while maintaining sharp definition in designs.

Tecglass celebrates this resolution milestone -- a remarkable and unique achievement in the field of digital printing -- using JETVER HA ceramic inks to print outstanding texts, symbols or logos.

“We are sure this product innovation will set a trend for the main brands in the market and will become a benchmark in digital printing for the most complex projects in the home appliance industry, thanks to its improvements and level of precision”, confirms Javier Fernandez, co-founder with Manuel Ramos of Tecglass.

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