Tensor Installs New Pressline At The Eureka Reporter
Press release from the issuing company
WOODRIDGE, IL (October 27, 2005) Tensor Group, Inc., a premier U.S. manufacturer of web offset press equipment, is installing a new pressline at the Eureka Reporter located in Eureka, California.
The new Tensor pressline consists of sixteen T-1400 series units, arranged as four 4-high towers, and one H-50 heavy-duty jaw folder. The units are equipped with slot-style narrow gap plate lock-ups, reel-type narrow gap blanket lock-ups for extended print image area, a pin register system, centralized lubrication, brush dampeners and two-web capability through two of the towers, including entry and exit rollers and swing compensators. The H-50 folder includes ½ fold and ¼ fold capabilities, a crosshead perforator, air former with manifold and blower, double under folder leads, a laser jam detection system and a tabloid slitter. The pressline also includes four Jardis zero speed automatic splicers, a Standard Electric drive system, EPG remote inking system, Baldwin circulators and a semi-automatic plate bender and manual punch.
The Eureka Reporter prints a daily newspaper which covers the greater Eureka area and county news. The newspaper was previously printed through an outside firm; but with the installation of the new Tensor pressline they will be bringing their printing in-house. The independently and locally owned newspaper features local staff and a thrice-weekly publication in print and on the web.
Tensor Group, Inc. is a privately held manufacturer of single width web offset press equipment for commercial, insert and newspaper markets worldwide. Over 1600 units have been successfully installed in more than 23 countries since its inception in 1993. For additional information on Tensor equipment, visit the website at www.ustensor.com or call the corporate office at 630-739-9600.
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