Bright and colorful range of reactive & disperse dyes, inks and plastizols.
Disperse Dyes

Disperse dyes

Disperse dye is a category of synthetic dye intended for polyester and related hydrophobic fibers. Disperse dyes are polar molecules containing anthraquinone or azo groups.

- www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disperse_dye

Reactive Dyes

Reactive dyes

Reactive dye is the dye that can react with a fibre to form a covalent link, that is forming a permanent attachment in the fibre and could not be removed by repeated treatment with boiling water under neutral conditions. Consequently, the dyes become parts of the fibre, leading to outstanding colour fastness to wash.

- www.sciencedirect.com/topics/engineering/reactive-dye

GBsubli Inks

GBsubli Inks

The definition of sublimation ink is based on the dye sublimation printing process, in which heat and pressure are being used in a way that turns the ink directly into a gas without first liquefying it. The high temperature allows the ink to transfer onto items without migrating, cracking or smudging, as the ink becomes an integral part of the printed product and does not fade or wash off over time. This makes sublimation inks highly reliable and durable, in addition to the high level of accuracy that can be reached using this type of ink and printing technique.

- www.kornit.com/blog/glossary-item/sublimation-ink-definition



A plastisol is a colloidal dispension of small polymer particles, usually polyvinyl chloride (PVC), in a liquid plasticizer. When heated to around 180 °C (356 °F), the plastic particles absorb the plasticizer, causing them to swell and fuse together forming a viscous gel. Once this is cooled to below 60 °C (140 °F) it becomes a flexible, permanently plasticized solid product. This process is called 'curing'.
Commercial plastisols have good compatibility with pigments and dyes allowing for brightly coloured finished products. Before being cured they flow as a liquid, and can easily be poured into a mould, used for dip-coatings or as a textile ink for screen-printing. Once cured it has a flexible, rubbery consistency.

- www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plastisol