UV Printing and Coating Offers an Opportunity to Reduce Environmental Impact
Press release from the issuing company
Newark, NJ, August 2007 - Prisco (Printers' Service) would like to remind the industry that UV printing and coating offers an opportunity to reduce emissions with the possibility of gaining productivity increases over current conventional offset. The final products produced using energy curable inks and coatings have unsurpassed durability and a unique appearance.
Prisco was the first manufacturer to introduce a comprehensive pressroom product line for energy curable printing. Prisco E-CureTM pressroom chemistry and coating products are specifically designed for Ultra-Violet (UV) and Electron Beam (EB) printing applications. The family includes E-Cure coatings, solvents, plate cleaners and E-Cure certified products designed to maximize the benefits of energy-curable UV and EB printing processes. E-Cure energy-curable coatings offer a superior finish and are very economical to use. E-Cure press washes offer maximum protection for roller and blanket compounds resulting in longer life. The washes provide thorough, easy cleaning with minimal environmental impact. E-Cure plate cleaners are specifically developed to quickly cut into inks and to protect the non-image areas from damage. Finally, E-Cure certified Priscolith printing blankets, fountain solutions, press maintenance products and lubricants were selected from Prisco's extensive line of outstanding products for best compatibility and maximum performance.
We believe Prisco is unique in its ability to offer the most comprehensive range of pressroom products and support for energy curable printing.
Learn more about Prisco's E-Cure products at Graph Expo Booth #4203.
Printers' Service is the world's leading manufacturer and distributor of offset pressroom chemistry, coatings, blankets, supply items and process control equipment. Headquartered in Newark, NJ, customers have been able to count on quality products and superior support services from Printers' Service for over 100 years.
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