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Glunz & Jensen at Print 17

Press release from the issuing company

RINGSTED, DENMARK – This year at PRINT17 in Chicago, Glunz & Jensen will be showing a mix of products from each of our business areas including: flexo platemaking, offset platemaking and water saving solutions for offset plate processors. Below is a small idea of what you can expect to see at Print 17.

Flex?In?OneTM 260S

Flex?In?One is a compact, all?in?one integrated platemaking system especially designed for the
complete flexographic platemaking process. Flex?In?One includes: exposure, processing, drying and finishing of flexo plate sizes up to 660 x 810 mm (26 x 32"). Ideal for the label/tag and narrow web print markets, this product has been fully designed to reflect the market demand focusing on very high quality production of digital and analog flexo plates.

PlateWriterTM 3600 PRO

The PlateWriter is an affordable, Computer?to?Plate system which produces press?ready aluminum plates for small to mid?size commercial printers, in?plant shops and small newspapers. PlateWriter operates in a daylight environment and without the use of chemical processing. This small footprint CtP solution is completely self? contained and its chemical free approach means no additional equipment (such as chemical processors or washout units) are required.


WaterClean is a unique filtration system that recirculates and filters wash/rinse water in an offset plate processor. WaterClean automatically monitors and adjusts the water pH value in order to provide better washing of offset plates, which yields improved plate image quality and on?press performance. By installing WaterClean, customers with offset plate processors using tap water to drain can save up to 97% of their water consumption. WaterClean can be used with thermal, UV/conventional and violet photopolymer offset plate processors.

Clean Out Unit+

The Glunz & Jensen Clean?Out Unit C85+ and C120+ is designed to wash and gum negative working chemistry? free thermal plates in a single step process, using a dedicated wash/gum solution. The Clean?Out Unit is a more simple and friendly way of developing or processing chemistry?free thermal plates. An integrated dryer section at the exit of the Clean?Out unit makes sure that the plates are completely dry and ready for press as they exit the Clean?Out unit.

We look forward to meeting at PRINT17! To book a meeting or for further information, please contact:

Michael C. Buggé, Vice President Sales, Mobile phone: +1 703 409?4071 or [email protected]?jensen.com



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