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Evolon certified for HP latex inks

Evolon certified for HP latex inks

Performance textile manufacturer Freudenberg has announced that its microfilament material Evolon has been certified by Hewlett Packard for printing in conjunction with HP latex inks.

 HP has certified Evolon’s variants EVO 100 PMB FR and EVO 130 PMB FR for use with both the HP Latex 200 and HP series of Latex printers.

Both Evolon products are also certified as flame-retardant under French fire regulations and awarded M1 classification, which makes them fully compatible for indoor use. Evolon media is easy to handle thanks to its high mechanical strength and dimensional stability, its light weight and anti-wrinkle properties. These characteristics, combined with Evolon’s versatility, facilitate its use in a wide range of printing applications, including signs and advertising banners, as well as exhibition graphics decor and acoustic solutions.

Weighing between 110 and 150gsm, the certified Evolon media is two to four times lighter than traditional banner material, which represents significant savings in raw materials and lower transportation costs.

Together with HP latex printing technologies, Evolon has proved to be  asuccessful alternative to conventional textile banner printing media, by providing a matt look, anti-wrinkle drape, and improved cost-effectiveness.

The combination of Evolon printing substrates and HP Latex printing technologies also offer users an excellent eco-profile.

Manufactured at an ISO 14001 and ISO 50001-certified site, Evolon contains no PVC, no solvents and no chemical binders. With their water-based formulations, HP Latex inks reduce the impact of printing on the environment and deliver vivid odorless prints of a very high image quality for a wide range of applications.

Evolon media are available in widths of up to 220cm and offer multiple converting possibilities.

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