Kiian Digital Digistar HI-PRO Ink Earns Eco Passport Certification

The company's sublimation inks are now cleared to be used in the production of sustainable textiles.

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Kiian, a manufacturer of digital inks with facilities in the U.S., China and Italy, announces that its Digistar HI-PRO sublimation transfer ink has achieved Eco Passport certification.

That certification will enable the ink to be used in the production of sustainable textiles and those required to achieve STANDARD 100 by Oeko-Tex.

Eco Passport a mechanism by which textile chemical suppliers demonstrate that their products can be used in sustainable textile production. It authenticates the safety of chemicals used during the production of textile dyes, pigments and finishing agents. Oeko-Tex is the first system proving the safety of textiles in Europe, and Nissenken is the exclusive certification authority in Japan.

“Kiian Digital, once again, demonstrates the dedication to develop its product portfolio with respect for the environment. The Eco Passport enables customers to meet the criteria of sustainable textile production”, says Marco Girola, marketing specialist JK Group, Kiian’s parent company. 

SDG Staff

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