New Nazdar 565 Series inks available from QPS

Nazdar 565 Series of inks

Quality Print Services will be offering the newly-announced Nazdar 565 Series inkjet inks to its UK customers.

The new Nazdar 565 Series of inks has been designed specifically for use in Oki Colorpainter M-64s inkjet printers using Oki SX IP6 inks.

Nazdar 565 Series’ Plug-n-Play capabilities allow users of Oki M-64s printers running SX IP6 inks to change to Nazdar 565 Series ink without the need to flush. Due to the complete chemical and colour compatibility of the two ink sets, original pouches can be replaced with Nazdar 565 Series pouches as they run out, rather than all colours at the initial install. This saves both time and money, as there is no need to perform wasteful ink fill procedures or dispose of unused ink.

Available in CMYK plus light cyan, light magenta and grey, the Nazdar 565 Series ink range is ideal for commonly used graphics substrates including banner material, flexible and pressure-sensitive vinyl, blue back paper and backed mesh. The inks deliver consistent and reliable print performance, even at high-speed print modes.

Stephen Woodall, global market segment manager for aqueous and solvent digital at Nazdar, said: “The new 565 Series inks allow end-users to reduce their ink costs without compromising on quality. With exceptional colour and chemistry compatibility, combined with a seamless conversion process, the 565 Series inks enable users to switch one colour at a time – without the need for flushing or custom profiles in most situations.”

In addition to the colour vibrancy provided as standard with Nazdar inks – which are manufactured in the UK and USA – the new 565 Series inks offer excellent performance on outdoor graphics and are resistant to UV degradation and colour fade.

Nazdar inkjet inks are also backed by the best warranty in the business, covering the entire ink train.

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