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HarperScientific Introduces Handheld TRM-C Series 400x Microscope

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, N.C., September 2, 2008 – HarperScientific, the printing and coating supplies division of global anilox supplier Harper Corporation of America, is pleased to introduce the Handheld TRM-C Series 400x Microscope.

"With this new, handheld, lighted microscope, our customers can keep a close eye on the condition of their anilox inventories, and find problems like wear, damage and plugging before they threaten print quality and shorten the lives of anilox rolls and sleeves," said Jim Harper, vice president of HarperScientific.

Just 1.10 lbs and 7.5 inches tall, this tool, which is small enough for handheld field use, offers 400x optical magnification, a .0465mm field of view and a white LED lamp with a life of more than 100,000 hours. It features a windowed positioning adapter that allows perfect positioning over the anilox, and the focus is easily adjusted by rotating the eyepiece.

The new microscope can be ordered at the company's Web site, harperimage.com.

HarperScientific is the manufacturer of CeramClean II and CeramClean SOLV-IT anilox cleaners, a wide variety of flexographic and gravure hand-proofing systems, and SleeveWrak anilox roll racks.

For additional information about the Handheld TRM-C Series 400x Microscope, please contact Jim Harper at 704-588-3371, or jharper@HarperImage.com.




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