Manufacturers Showcase IST UV Equipment At PRINT 01
Thursday, August 23, 2001
Bolingbrook, IL, August 2001—Three leading equipment manufacturers have chosen IST ultraviolet curing and ancillary equipment for display at PRINT 01. In announcing the installations, Joachim Jung, IST America president and CEO, commented: "To ensure that their customers have access to the best in ultraviolet curing, Heidelberg, Muller-Martini, and Edelmann have chosen to equip machines on their PRINT 01 stands with IST equipment. Visitors to the exhibition thus will have the opportunity to see why IST consistently sells more ultraviolet equipment worldwide than any other manufacturer." Heidelberg will show IST ultraviolet curing equipment on their SpeedMaster CD102-8+LX eight-color press in PRINT 01 booth 1000A. The press will feature: -Three IST Reduced Down Time interdeck ultraviolet curing units, each with one high intensity lamp. -Three IST end-of-press ultraviolet cassettes, each with one high intensity lamps. -One IST end-of-press cold air shower unit. Muller Martini will show IST ultraviolet curing equipment on a six-color model A74 press in PRINT 01 booth 953. This installation will feature: -An IST end-of-press ultraviolet cassette, with three high intensity lamps. -An IST reverse side dryer, also with three high intensity lamps. -Six IST ink mist hoods. Edelmann will show IST ultraviolet curing equipment on their FormAll Color Print V52 20-inch press in the Graphics International PRINT 01 booth 3754. The Edelmann press will feature: -An IST end-of-press ultraviolet cassette, with two high intensity lamps IST America Corporation is the North American subsidiary of IST Metz GmbH, the premier manufacturer of ultraviolet drying and curing systems for graphic arts and industrial applications. Each IST ultraviolet system is engineered and manufactured to exacting specifications and rigorously tested prior to shipment. Since its founding in 1977, IST has produced more than 6000 ultraviolet units and more than 20,000 lamps, with some 80 percent in graphic arts applications. IST installations are in 56 countries around the world.