High-performance ancillary equipment

In the age of shorter production runs and strict demands for consistent quality, control of the print process is vital, to meet these expectations and protect profitability. TRESU Ancillary meets these demands with high-performance solutions that optimise the performance in flexo, offset and digital printing.   
 

  • A complete programme of equipment for regulating ink and coating circulation on flexo machines

  • Drying systems

  • Temperature control systems for flexo, offset and digital printing presses
     

TRESU’s equipment for automatically regulating ink and varnish circulation is suitable for virtually all flexo printing applications. These include narrow web, flexible packaging, paper and board products and industrial printing, in web widths up to six metres. At the heart of this are the TRESU’s supply system and chamber doctor blade technologies. Together, they provide a fully enclosed ink supply from the bucket to the anilox cell – maintaining pressure, flow and viscosity at exact levels throughout the printing run, without operator intervention. Moreover, they enable automatic, cleaning and ink change.
  

  • Significant quality, productivity and sustainability benefits include:

  • Reduced material waste

  • Makeready times measured in minutes

  • Elimination of foaming and blisters

  • Uniform quality at speeds in excess of 600m/min (2000fpm)

  • Minimal manual intervention

  • Safer, vapour-free and cleaner working conditions

  • Reduced emissions

 

 

 

Contacts


HKR2018 

Henrik Kristensen
Vice President   

Mail: hkr@tresu.com
Mobile: +45 29 41 83 86   

STR_NY 

Steen Rasmussen
Area Sales Manager  

Mail: str@tresu.com 
United Kingdom, 
Scandinavia, Baltic Region,
East Europe and Asia    

CWO_New  

Chris Wolters
Area Sales Manager 

Mail: cwo@tresu.com
Benelux countries and 
South Europe 

SJO-New 

Søren Johansen
Area Sales Manager 

Mail: sjo@tresu.com
USA, Canada and Mexico



 

 

 


 


 


 

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