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The Bureau of Engraving Upgrades manroland Sheetfed R906-8 LV

Thursday, May 03, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

manroland sheetfed has received a major upgrade order from the Bureau of Engraving, Inc., Minneapolis, MN for a new SelectDryer UV system on their existing two year old 73“ six color with coater.

Kevin Crawley, Print Value Consultant said, “Printservices, part of the PRINTVALUE umbrella of services and support programs, offer “best in class“ solutions that are focused on each customer‘s business. The SelectDryer UV system, that The Bureau invested in, is in partnership with Eltosch America, a long time manroland sheetfed partner.  The UV system consists of four interdeck lamps, two docking stations with total flexibility (meaning the four lamps can be placed at any of the six printing units), and three UV lamps in the delivery of the press.  The system also uses low energy consumption lamps for greater efficiency and has a special economizing chilling package that selectively uses outside air to help cool the UV system for additional energy savings.“   

The Bureau is adding the manroland sheetfed SelectDryer UV to its R906-8 LV.  Patrick Stuart, Executive Vice President at The Bureau, said, “We are proud of our relationship with manroland sheetfed as they have continued to take care of us.  This additional UV capability will help us handle whatever customers throw our way.“

For more information about manroland sheetfed, visit www.manroland-sheetfed.com or email info@sheetfed-manroland.com.  To schedule a visit to manroland sheetfed’s Offenbach Print Technology Center, please contact productmarketing@manroland.com


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