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Air Motion Systems to Present LED UV Seminar at Graphics Canada

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Air Motion Systems, the leader in UV Curing Technologies, announced today that they will be presenting a FREE LED UV Printing Seminar at 9:15 am on Friday, April 17; titled "Profit with LED UV in Sheetfed Offset Printing", taking place before show hours in Room 105 of the Toronto International Centre.

Attend to discover how LED-based dryers can transform a sheetfed offset press overnight.  By printing with LED UV, printers eliminate waiting time, spray powder, protective coatings and marking problems, and can grow press capacity by 30% or more while expanding into new substrates, coatings, and varnish effects

The new generation of LED UV systems from AMS are constructed of 100% solid-state UV Light Emitting Diodes, are RoHS compliant, and are preferred over other energy curing and IR/Hot Air-based technologies because they deliver the benefits of instant drying without the heat, mercury, ozone, and frequent lamp replacements, and they reduce energy consumption anywhere from 50-90%.

The XP7 SERIES LED UV units from AMS additionally can be located anywhere on a press - from interdeck to delivery locations - allowing an expansion of job capabilities from CMYK and Patones®, to opaque whites and metallics, to effect varnishes and coatings inline, and on nearly any type of material. Because of its mobility, the system can even perform double-duty on a neighboring press, a feature unique to AMS. 

Hans Ulland, of Air Motion Systems said, "AMS is excited to be presenting here in Toronto.  There are many printers, label manufacturers and packaging companies here that can employ LED UV to cut waste, reduce turnaround time and print on a wider variety of substrates.  Additionally, we look forward to meeting printers that currently use UV cured inks, that want to learn about the lower energy costs, dependability and longevity of LED vs. traditional UV curing."


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