Dallas, Texas USA. Scott Hibbs, Vice President of TRESU Royse Inc., Dallas, Texas, a subsidiary of TRESU A/S in Bjert, Denmark, the world’s leading manufacturer of offset and flexo technologies and engineered solutions for the graphic arts industry, announces the product launch of IDMS (Integrated Diagnostic Monitoring System) in our new line of temperature control equipment. “The IDMS feature provides our customers with another option to help maintain minimal downtime of their printing equipment, and gives them the confidence that should something happen they have an advocate in TRESU Royse ready to take responsive action to ensure that unnecessary downtime is minimized”, says Hibbs.
With the IDMS feature built into our new line of process chilling equipment, anytime a warning is actuated in our system, an e-mail is immediately sent directly from the unit to our service department. “The notification prompts responsive action by our service staff to quickly diagnose and resolve the alarm and return the equipment to normal operation. In most cases, we are able to contact the end-user even before they are aware that an alarm has been indicated”, says Hibbs. IDMS is available on our full-line of single-zone ink roller chillers, Combi chillers, UV Chillers, and process chillers for offset web applications. If IDMS is not selected by the purchaser at the time the equipment is fabricated, the feature can be field retrofitted easily!
In addition to our ink roller chilling equipment, our combined product offerings include chamber doctor blade inking systems, thermal infrared and hot air drying systems for ink and coating material, individual and centralized refrigerated fountain dampening circulators, alcohol metering devices, coating circulators for aqueous and ultraviolet coating materials, water chilling systems, waterless offset cooling systems, reverse osmosis and fountain solution mixing systems.
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