Ferro is presenting two new ranges of water- based inks that stand out for their improved emissions performance (including odorous emissions) during combustion: DG Inks - Decoration & Glazed Inks HPLUS).
The new series of dry application grits and innovative eco-solvent-based inks were unveiled at the event.
Font de Mora will lead the Spanish ceramic glaze producers’ association until 2022.
The new materials are used for developing hyper-white bodies and translucent effects, particularly in the ceramic slab segment.
A curiously-titled, thought-provoking event was held by Esmalglass-Itaca Group on 16 March to celebrate the opening of its new facility in Sassuolo.
He has been reappointed for the three-year period 2018-2021, while Angelo Lami and Daniele Bandiera have been elected as the association’s Vice Chairmen.
The study conducted by Ferro Spain and Kerionics won the Alfa de Oro award at Cevisama 2018.
The Castellón-based company, which has been producing inks and pigments for digital decoration since 2002, was sold to Turkish chemicals giant Akkök Holding at the end of December.
The new inks in Sicer’s SINKS range will allow for the production of utterly novel ceramic surfaces.
Sicer products are strictly Italian-made, designed and manufactured in the new R&D centre in Fiorano Modenese. Find out more about Sicer: watch the video.
The Ferro R&D department has developed two series of inks which are compatible with all printheads currently used by OEMs.
The acquisition closed on 1 November will strengthen Ferro’s value creation strategy by expanding its product portfolio and enlarging its customer base in existing markets.