Sublimation paper coating chemicals are
substances used to treat paper for sublimation printing. These chemicals
enhance the paper's ability to absorb and retain dyes during the printing
process, resulting in vibrant and durable prints on various surfaces, including
fabrics, ceramics, and metals.
Carboxymethyl cellulose products are
additives used in various industries. CMC is a water-soluble polymer derived
from cellulose and offers properties such as thickening, stabilizing, and
emulsifying. It finds applications in food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textiles,
and other industries for its multifunctional properties.
Sublimation transfer papers are coated
papers used in sublimation printing. They facilitate the transfer of vibrant,
high-quality designs from sublimation inks to a variety of surfaces, including
fabrics, ceramics, and metals, resulting in durable and vivid prints.
Digital printing consumables refer to the
materials and supplies used in digital printing processes. This includes ink
cartridges, toners, substrates, transfer papers, and other accessories
necessary for producing high-quality prints using digital printing technologies
such as inkjet or laser printers.