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adphos Technology Delivers Speed, Consistency and Quality in HP T-Series Inkjet Presses

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

BROOKFIELD, WI - The adphos Group will be displaying their custom designed solutions for HP T-Series Presses at Jetcomm, March 1st in Phoenix, Arizona. This comes as no surprise to current HP T-Series press users looking to get more out of their inkjet presses. Christopher Sommer, Technical Director from Elanders GmbH explains the benefits it provides, “without the adphos dryer in our HP press, we would not have been able to achieve business targets with inkjet technology.” The benefits users should expect from installing an adphosNIR® Technology solution in their HP T-Series press include:

  • Up to 2.5x speed improvement
  • Up to 20% reduction in mono ink consumption
  • Up to 50 energy reduction
  • Up to 30% rub resistance (durability) improvement
  • Flatter products due to a 50% reduction in the “dry-out” of the paper
  • Up to 90% reduction in the cross-web shrinkage of the web

Speed, Consistency and Quality – Achievable.

The adphos dryer solutions can be installed into HP T-Series to deliver the utmost package of benefits to users looking to improve their speeds, print on a wider range of substrates while using up to half of the energy required to do the same job with other technologies. Christopher Sommer says, “when we printed on glossy paper, it was only possible to drive the press with 30% of the maximum speed. With adphos, we drive glossy paper with 90% of the maximum speeds and matte paper continuously with full speeds.”

Jetcomm 2017

Users attending Jetcomm are encouraged to contact the drying experts at the adphos group via email at info@adphosna.com or www.adphos.com to make an appointment during the event. Attendees should expect to learn more about our technology, what benefits they should expect and any questions or concerns they might have regarding different technologies.

 

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