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New Buhrs 1000 Solo Bring Poly Wrapping to Smaller Businesses

Monday, October 20, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Minneapolis, MN, 17 October 2008—Buhrs Americas, the North American subsidiary of the leading international provider of mailing solutions, has introduced a new cost-effective and flexible entry level system for poly wrapping.  With a mechanical speed of 10,000 products per hour, the Buhrs 1000 Solo precisely meets the needs of small and medium size companies in the postpress field, including printers, finishers, mailing houses and letter shops.
 
The low maintenance costs and long system lifespan of the Buhrs 1000 Solo deliver a high return on investment, which translates into an attractive price-performance ratio.  Automatic adjustments and settings for the wrapping module considerably reduce setup times with the Buhrs 1000 Solo.  The combination of high degree of automation and a user-friendly, touch screen operating panel enable putting the Buhrs 1000 Solo into operation very quickly and without extensive training.  Job settings can be easily stored and changed in the system memory of the Buhrs 1000 Solo.  The configuration of the gathering section can be modified to suit any type of mailing.  The servo-driven seal mechanism incorporated in the revolutionary wrapping module ensures reliable and high quality wrapping.  The unwinder, with tension control and end-of-roll detection, is standard.  
 
Commenting on the introduction, Buhrs Americas President and CEO Michael Aumann said: “Until the Buhrs 1000 Solo Poly Wrapper was introduced, smaller businesses often found production wrapping beyond their capability.  This new machine will make poly wrapping available to a whole new level of printers, mailers, bindery specialists, and letter shops.
 

 

 

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