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FUJIFILM Intros New Thermal Plate for Newspaper Market

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

VALHALLA, N.Y. -- FUJIFILM Graphic Systems U.S.A., Inc. announced today an addition to the company’s family of printing plates for the newspaper segment. The Fujifilm Brillia LH-NN2 thermal plate, which is designed specifically for longer runs, is now available nationwide.

“The LH-NN2 plate is an addition to our extensive line of newspaper plates and is designed for publishers who need a thermal plate compatible with the 830nm infrared lasers that many operations are using,” explains Jim Crawford, Fujifilm’s group manager for consumables.

The LH-NN2 plate has a run length of 300,000 impressions and is approved for 1-99% at 100 lpi, yielding high-quality tone reproduction and dot integrity and giving users the level of quality and reliability for which Fujifilm is known.

Like other plates in Fujifilm’s Brillia series, the LH-NN2 plate employs a double-coated photosensitive layer, which delivers enhanced durability compared to other CTP plates. The double-coated photosensitive layer also provides outstanding resistance to scratches, facilitating ease of handling in the pressroom.

The enhanced MultiGrain surface structure of Brillia LH-NN2 makes it easier to run on press with optimized ink and water balance. Wide processing latitude enables improved developing efficiency for a thermal plate that really delivers exceptional on press results.

For more information on Fujifilm’s Brillia LH-NN2 thermal plate, please visit Fujifilm on the web www.fujifilmgs.com.

 

 

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