KOMORI SPICA 429P age 2007

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AS OWNER,
we are pleased to offer you to our standard conditions of sale and delivery the following machine – subject to prior sale:
KOMORI SPICA 429P age 2007
Machine No.2210
Total Impressions: 54 mio
Sheet-fed offset press – Printing units: 4 colour offset press
Auto Perfecting Change Over (4/0, 2/2)
Technical features :
Printing Speed:13,000 sph (11,000 sph – perfecting)
Max sheet size: 530 x 750 mm.(29″ x 20″)
Min sheet size: 200 x 280 mm.(Perfecting 280 x 305mm)
Max image area: 520 x 740mm (Perfecting 510 x 740mm)
Plate Size: 605 x 760 mm
Paper Thickness: 0.035 to 0.45 mm (Perfecting: 0.035 to 0.30 mm)
Blanket Size: 688 x 770 mm
Dimensions:
L. 8,00 mt.
P. 2,5mt.
H. 2,2mt.
Power supply Kw 20 aprox
Weight 15.000 Kg. (+ -)
Accessories included :
Electronic sidelays
Anti-Static device
Electronic double sheet control
Komori suction stream feeder.
PQC Press Controls ink; water and register control axial; circonferential and diagonal withoverhead lamp
KMS-IV (Komori Management System Touchscreen Monitor)
KOMORIMATIC dampening with Technotrans recirculation unit
S-APC Semi-automatic plate change
COOKING (Plate cylinder cocking)
AIRC Automatic Ink Roller Cleaning
ABW Automated blanket cleaner
Chromed cylinders
Touch screen
Semi high pile delivery.
Sheet decurler in delivery.
Powder spray unit.
Compressor
2 x Feed boards.
2 x Delivery trolleys.
Complete with all standard parts and accessories
Standard tools, operator, spare parts, electrical manuals.
Conditions: Cylinders and gears without damages
Availability: 11.2018
Visible: Machine can be inspected in production, nearest airport is Bari, South Italy

All machines are offered in Euros and are subject remaining unsold.
For further information don’t hesitate to contact us.

PIATTIGRAF di Piatti Ambrogio & C. S.a.s.
Via Jenner 3
26837 Mulazzano (Lo) – ITALY
tel: +39 02 989323
fax: +39 02 9896200
e-mail: info@piattigraf.it
website: piattigraf.it

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