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Printing Research Launches Super See ZONE Anti-Marking System

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Dallas, TX - PRI pleased to announce the official launch of the Super See ZONE anti-marking system for offset printing press transfer and delivery cylinders.

"Printers invest millions of dollars in the latest automation and labor saving devices for their printing presses yet are still expending a great deal of time and effort to minimize marking issues and clean their transfer & delivery cylinders. PRI has introduced the world’s first truly time saving anti-marking system. The ZONE system allows the pressman to quickly identify the affected marking area, then quickly locate and clean the appropriate area on the cylinder cover. This not only saves valuable time, it greatly reduces the paper spoilage created by prolonged and repeated press stops. The Super See ZONE system is available globally through your local SuperBlue (Printing Research) Dealer. " - Scott Brown, President of PRI

The Super See ZONE product family is available for all Heidelberg, Komori, Mitsubishi, KBA, and other press models. This system provides the following benefits

  • Quick identification of marking area on transfer cylinders
  • Faster cleaning by addressing only the affected area of the cylinder
  • Longer life of transfer cylinder covers due to less overall cleaning

"If you had a small spot on your car windshield, would you wash your entire car? No, you’d just clean the spot on the windshield! This is the same principal that we are using with our Super See Zone anti-marking system. You simply clean the affected area, thereby saving time, materials, and energy." Founder, Howard DeMoore

 

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