The high-quality and extremely lightfast polyester knitted fabrics are flame-retardant according to DIN B1. Thanks to the proven rubber lip technology, the textiles can be easily exchanged at any time. Temporary marketing measures can thus be implemented on a regular basis. All textiles are compatible with all PIXLIP light frames.
The UV printing method is based on UV-reactive ink, which is cured by UV lamps immediately after application. A colour film is formed on the textile and the colours do not penetrate into the medium. The result is a brilliant, satinised print. As UV ink does not require thinners or solvents, it is considered to be comparatively environmentally friendly. The prints can be stored rolled up.
Sublimation (SUB) Printing
Sublimation printing is one of the transfer printing methods. The dyes of the prefabricated transfers become gaseous under the influence of heat and pressure and thus migrate into the open pores of the textile fiber. This process is called sublimation. As soon as temperature and pressure decrease, the pores close and the dye is firmly anchored in the fiber. This results in a very high durability. The prints can also be stored folded and dispatched at a particularly low cost.