TRESU Royse introduces new UniPrint Combi Chamber Blade Technology
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
(Dallas, Texas) TRESU Royse, a subsidiary of TRESU A/S, the world's largest manufacturer of chamber doctor blade systems and devices has recently installed a new UniPrint Combi pressurized Doctor Blade System for use on all new sheetfed, web and Flexo presses and retrofit applications.
The greatest single advantage of this new pressurized chamber technology is that it prevents air from building up in the chamber cavity and the end result is that no foam is allowed to build up in the coating supply container. This technology is available whether a press is operating with either UV or water based coating material - even when running at press speeds over 16,000 sheets per hour.
"TRESU is the only chamber doctor blade manufacturer that is able to demonstrate this technology in operation in the marketplace capable of producing such desirable results", according to Scott Hibbs, Vice President, TRESU Royse Inc. "And, with some sheetfed press manufacturers now able to eclipse running speeds of 18,000 sph, TRESU is well positioned with this new technology, making it available to printers who have been struggling with this problem in the field."
"TRESU pressurized chambers are now factory installed on all Heidelberg XL105 presses", Hibbs added.
TRESU Royse Installs 1st UniPrint Combi CDBS at MLP USA, Inc.
TRESU Royse recently installed the first pressurized system in the USA, featuring the newest pressurized chamber blade technology on a Mitsubishi V3000LX-6 6-color sheetfed press in the demo room of MLP USA, Inc., in Lincolnshire, Illinois. The installation included an L30 Combi coating circulator to provide the capability of printing with either water based or UV coating materials. For MLP USA, integration of our pressurized system along with our L30 Combi coating circulator into their V3000LX-6 press enables them to print while maintaining a consistent film weight thickness applied to the substrate. This is a critical aspect when printing with UV that makes it possible to control other fundamental aspects associated with the application of printing and coating with UV materials.
The UniPrint Combi has improved features that allow the chamber system to be removed from the press quickly to simplify maintenance issues such as blade and seal changes. Also, the next generation of L-series coating pumps have a "Windows" based operating system, and additional features that makes it more operator friendly and streamlined operating functions that promote up-time, leading to greater profitability for printers.
TRESU L30 Combi coating circulator and the new Combi Doctor Blade System provides the capability of printing with either water-base or UV coating materials.