Have you ever considered that a neck label or even a tagless label printed onto a t-shirt spends all day in contact with the wearer? Because of this, consider what is in the inks that are brushing up against your skin. Major brands such as Adidas, Puma, and Nike are ahead of the game and created restricted substance lists (RSL). Feel good about direct skin-contact when printing with SB Eco Series eco-friendly ink which is free of those chemicals.
The SB Eco Series eco-friendly pad printing ink was specifically designed for tagless applications on cotton, linen, synthetic fabrics like polyester, nylon and rayon, synthetic leather, rubber, and more. To get started, the SB Eco Series has made its mark for the following reasons:
When it comes to tagless applications, one of the most important factors is adhesion. T-shirts, scrubs, onesies, and the like are all thrown into the wash with each wear, and generally have a long life expectancy. The care label information should last just as long as the article of clothing. That being said, the SB Eco Series passes the industry standard of 25 home washes and 50 industrial washes. Popular applications for SB Eco include t-shirts, lingerie, children and babywear, active wear, uniforms, and jean pockets.
Eco-sustainable means that all 23 ink shades are free of Alogens, animal origin ingredients, Azo dyes, BPA, Cyclohexanone, Formaldehyde, G-B ester, Latex, Melamine, PAH, Persistent organic pollutants, and Phthalates. Additionally, it passes the strictest compliance regulations including Eco-Passport, CLP/GHS (EC 1272/2008), EN 71-3, Reach (EC 1907/2006), RoHS, ISO DIS 6330, Adidas RSL, Nike RSL, and Puma RSL.
View the SB Eco Series Brochure here.
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