Canon ImagePRESS C800 Series Receives Fogra Certification


The imagePRESSC800 series has now been certified as a Fogra Cert Validation Printing System by German research association, Fogra, in line with the requirements of ISO 12647-8:2012.  

Certified in four configurations (imagePRESS C800 with imagePRESS Server F200/PRISMAsync controllers: imagePRESS C700 with imagePRESS Server F200/PRISMAsync controllers), users of any of these workflows can be confident of repeatedly producing output of the highest quality, colour accuracy and consistency.

Commenting on the success of the imagePRESS C800 series, James de Waal, Manager: Production Print Group Canon South Africa said, ‘From the conversations we’d had with customers, we knew that the market was in need of a device offering the superior print quality, reliability and flexibility of the imagePRESS C800 series. The remarkable sales of the series to date and the subsequent wave of positive feedback we’ve received, confirm that Canon has again delivered on its promise to help customers to meet the changing demands of their own customers and to maintain a competitive advantage.

‘To add even greater value, we’ve also worked with Fogra to have the series certified as a Fogra Cert Validation Printing System. Using any one of the four certified configurations, customers can be assured that their press will produce consistent and measurable quality and allow them more easily and profitably to meet the demand for high quality print.’
The C800 series incorporates a combination of proven technology from the flagship Canon imagePRESS C7011VP(S) with innovations, such as, Consistently Vivid (CV) toner, Compact Registration Technology (CRT), Auto Correct Colour Tone (ACCT) and a Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL).  This has enabled the presses to deliver advanced levels of print quality, productivity and versatility in both commercial and in-house print environments.’

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