Kaumagraph International manufactures specialty transfers for the textile industry. Our transfers are used in a wide variety of markets from t-shirts to tennis balls to pant pocketing. Although we use the term ‘heat transfer’ to describe our product, a Kaumagraph transfer is unique as it is manufactured with a proprietary ink formula that is different from traditional plastisol based or digital heat transfers. This unique ink is what separates a Kaumagraph transfer from those of our competitors.
Since 1923 Kaumagraph has been manufacturing transfers for many diverse markets and is universally recognized as the inventor of the heat transfer. Over the years, the process has been improved and the inks changed. Kaumagraph transfers are today eco-friendly and free of harmful phthalates and lead. Our ink is superior to all other types of ink in its durability, feel and finish.
The head office is located in beautiful Port Elgin, Ontario Canada and we have a European Manufacturing site in Manchester, England. Transfers are shipped from Canada or England to many locations all over the world.
Kaumagraph International proudly produces Fruit of the Loom roll to roll heat transfers for back neck labels. Manufactured in Port Elgin, ON; these labels are shipped to Gokaldas Images in Bangalore, India who is a Fruit of the Loom contractor. GI uses a roll to roll heat press to apply the transfers in the back neck of the t-shirt.read more
Kaumagraph International and Annin Flagmakers have a long lasting relationship which has spanned many decades. Due to the durability of the ink, Annin trusts Kaumagraph with their logo and branding.read more
Kaumagraph International is pleased to announce an agreement with Bimal Sharma as Sales Representative for Kaumagraph in India and Bangladesh. Bimal brings with him a wealth of experience in the textile industry in South Asia due to his many years selling fasteners to textile factories .read more
A frequently asked question for us is 'what is a Kaumagraph?' Well, simply put, a Kaumagraph is a hot paper transfer that is applied to a textile with heat and pressure. A Kaumagraph is different from many other transfers on the market in that it doesn't need any...read more