Sun Chemical & SunJet combine expertise, knowledge and know-how

22 September 2015

Sun Chemical and its specialist global inkjet division SunJet, will be joining forces to showcase the potential of collaborative product development and present its latest ink solutions and inkjet chemistry for functional and speciality print applications on its stand (Hall A6, Stand C56) at Inprint 2015.

Visitors to the stand will benefit from the combined expertise of the Sun Chemical and SunJet teams, drawing on their long history of innovation, extensive knowledge and unique understanding of all areas of end-user applications. This has resulted in the delivery of the widest product portfolio of ink solutions, technologies and inkjet chemistry for a host of applications and sectors, from automotive/high tech, pad printing, plastics decoration, functional print and printed electronics.

Sun Chemical will demonstrate its market leading position to supplying the industrial print sectors with a display of products including its heat and humidity-resistant SunHytek range for high-tech, appliance panel and automotive applications requiring high visual impact and long-term durability; the SunCarte® family of high peel strength, colour consistent screen and offset inks, adhesives and varnishes for laminated plastic cards; SunPoly® its range of screen inks formulated for high-speed screen printing on a variety of container substrates; and the SunTronic® portfolio for a variety of printed electronics applications.

The SunJet team with its indepth expertise of inkjet chemistry, combined with Sun Chemical’s knowledge of conventional ink solutions will be on hand to discuss requirements and host exploratory discussions with stakeholders looking for specific inkjet solutions that can help to them enter new markets.

Peter Saunders, Global Business Director, SunJet explains, "With the increased interest in inkjet technology for industrial print applications, we are constantly working with partner organisations to explore new opportunities and develop inks that can deliver the exact needs of our customers. We are looking forward to engaging with visitors at Inprint where we can draw on our depth of expertise in the science of jetting fluids, and our understanding of conventional solutions to deliver inkjet inks that can open up a whole new range of industrial applications and market sectors.”

Members of the SunJet team will also be delivering a series of informative presentations during the conference that is taking place alongside InPrint 2015:

Hybrid UV – What, Why and Where? (Tuesday 10th November @ 13.30)
Inkjet Chemistry Solutions required to enable the delivery of industrial solutions for furniture and flooring (Wednesday 11th November @13.30)

Low migration UV inkjet solutions for packaging (Thursday 12th November @ 13.30)

Outlining the collaborative approach of Sun Chemical and SunJet at Inprint 2015, Robin McMillan, Product Manager, Industrial and Graphics Europe at Sun Chemical adds, "As market leading global businesses, Sun Chemical and SunJet are uniquely positioned to make use of our combined breadth of skills, market knowledge, best practice and understanding of industrial print to offer cutting edge solutions that span both analogue and digital technologies for any application within any sector. This year, with our combined presence at Inprint, we want to demonstrate that we are the ideal partners for brand owners, printers and converters interested in developing existing or future print technology.”

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