Kornit Digital, Magshimim, Israel, announced it received approval from Oeko-Tex, the International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile Ecology, for digitally printing on infant clothing. Kornit’s baby-safe V 201 white ink and the results of the inspection made according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100 showed that Kornit’s digitally printed cotton and polyester fabrics meet the human ecological requirements of the standard presently established for baby clothing.
“Kornit Digital is dedicated to providing cutting-edge solutions that assure the appliance of high-quality products to our customers around the globe,” says Joseph Pearl, CTO of Kornit Digital. “With the results demonstrated in this new development, Kornit has shown once again its reluctance to compromise on its unparalleled printing performances, allowing our customers the opportunity to explore new markets.”
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