Helizarin® EVO inkjet inks: Certified for use in baby clothing
* The BASF range of ink-jet inks conforms to the most stringent demands of the Oeko-Tex® standard
Ludwigshafen, Germany – The BASF Helizarin® EVO P100 range of ink-jet inks has been certified to comply with the highest category of Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Product Class I. This standard applies to all suitable types of cotton fabrics and includes pretreatment with Luprejet® EVO. BASF Helizarin EVO P100 ink-jet inks fulfill the most stringent criteria for the Oeko-Tex standard, Class I, and are recommended as suitable for babies and small children. “For our customers, ecological aspects are becoming extremely important in addition to technical printing and quality requirements”, said Dr. Gernot Diehlmann, head of the ink-jet business at BASF. “The Helizarin EVO range has achieved top marks here. We will continue to set high ecological and sustainability standards in future”.
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