Weko to show powder spraying systems

Hall 2 Stand B54

Weko’s AP series powder spraying system is widely used by significant manufacturers of offset printing presses with high standards for application efficiency, repeat accuracy and cycling of the powder application precisely for each sheet

Weko, an industry leader for powder spraying systemsfor offset printing and non-contact remoistening systems for digital printing will present its recent developments in the area of process optimization at drupa. Using the motto ‘Don’t play – work with precision,’ Weko will show its innovative solutions and conceptsfor facilitating process optimization on both digital and sheetfed offset presses.

Step technology 

Weko’s current AP series powder spraying technology is used by manufacturers of offset printing presses for application efficiency, repeat accuracy and cycling of the powder application precisely for each sheet. Weko Step metresthe powder to the milligram into an air flow. The new Step technology will be presented to the interested technical audience for the first time at the drupa 2016 as a developmentalstudy.

Minimum and repeatable powder application provides the quick, process-optimized further processing for oil-based inks and also for UV applications and reliably prevents offsetting of print sheets as well as glass plate effects. “Modern powder spraying systems combine economy and ecology in a unique manner,” says Konrad.

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