Eerbeek, 20 June 2019 – Neenah Coldenhove is pleased to announce that they will unveil their highly anticipated Texcol® digital pigment transfer paper at this year’s edition of ITMA in Barcelona, Spain, from 20-26 June. The newly developed Neenah Coldenhove digital transfer paper allows users to print on a wide range of natural fibre textiles, like cotton, using a waterless process. Texcol® digital transfer paper eliminates complex pre- or post-treatments of textiles, and reduces the user’s cost and carbon footprint.
A revolution for the home textiles industry
Texcol® guarantees a wider colour gamut with deeper, more brilliant colours in comparison to digital direct pigment printing. The light fastness of the product is outstanding, and the paper’s special coating makes it highly resistant to crocking. It’s this coating that also allows users to generate ink savings of up to 25% on their current jobs!
Excellent for use on textiles, Texcol® is designed to run on most plotter printers and allows for easy transfer when using the currently available technologies. Users can transition to this new way of printing without having to make large investments. And for those who want to try out the product before they invest in it, they can become a Neenah Coldenhove test customer.
Contact us at +31 6 21809223 or email@example.com for more information.
Live at ITMA 2019
Come visit Neenah Coldenhove from 20-26 June at ITMA 2019 in Barcelona, Spain: Hall 3, booth number B104. The Neenah Coldenhove team look forward to welcoming visitors, and to unveiling the Texcol® digital transfer paper.
About Neenah Coldenhove
Founded in 1661, Neenah Coldenhove is a state-of-the-art paper mill that is known for its innovative paper solutions. A company that serves customers all over the world. The product portfolio ranges from traditional paper grades of high quality to patented high-tech digital sublimation transfer paper. Thanks to their continuous focus on the development of new paper applications, Neenah Coldenhove remains a leading company in the digital transfer paper industry.