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adphos Installs Tower Dryer Carriage Solution

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

adphos Digital Printing GmbH based in Bruckmuhl, Germany, outside Munich, has installed a low cost high speed inkjet tower solution with a web offset press. The TDC was built for a web width of 965 mm (38") and a web speed of up to 600 m/min (2,000 fpm). It allows the installation of two Kodak S20 print heads with a manual print head positioning system and provides sufficient drying capability with a small footprint of only 800 mm x 1,400 mm. (32" x 55") The print head positioning can also be designed to mount any type of inkjet print heads and can be seen at DRUPA 2012 Hall 5 / A30.

The print head bucket is equipped with positioning possibility across the full web width as well as with a height and skew adjustment for exact positioning and alignment of the print had. The drying is accomplished by two NIR120 drying modules installed after each print head. For heavy print jobs or even higher print speeds, the system could be upgraded with a third NIR120 drying module. In addition, there is an integrated exhaust system for removing the evaporated water steam. System controls enables changes to process parameters and adjustments according to requirements for individual print jobs.

The tower includes all necessary rollers for the web transport and can be integrated with an existing or new press / finishing line. Through openings in the base frame, full access for maintenance, and fast paper webbing is provided, while meeting all requirements for safe operation.


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