TRESU supplies a wide range of ancillary equipment for printing and coating applications matching the requirements of OEM manufacturers, printing companies and packaging companies world-wide.
TRESU Japan is exhibiting high performance ancillary printing systems and equipment at the International Graphic Arts Show (IGAS) in Tokyo, Japan from November 24-28.
TRESU is a supplier of proven chamber doctor blade systems available in widths from 185mm to 6000mm featuring TRESU’s Pressure Control Technology which enables high speed printing with fast drying characteristics and improved quality. TRESU chamber doctor blade systems are available for WB, UV or solvent based inks and coatings and are available in carbon fiber, aluminum and a ceramic surface alternative is also available. TRESU XL blade holders enable a fast shift to thicker polymer doctor blades.
Automated ink and coating supply systems from TRESU supply coating and ink with no risk of contamination and a minimum of downtime with automatic cleaning, and complete ink-change cycles within minutes.
New third-generation ink and coating circulation technology from TRESU enables sheet-fed and web printers to save resources while exploiting high speed coating, with full control and no risk of micro-foaming and blisters.
TRESU ink and coating circulators push the boundaries for automated high-quality coating operations with built-in intelligence, connectivity and data opportunities. Extending the performance of customers’ printing technology, TRESU provides the fast change of doctor blades, a full line of polymer, carbon steel, stainless steel or tool steel doctor blades together with a genuine range of end seals in felt, foam or EPDM.
Henrik Kristensen, Vice-President, TRESU commented, ‘TRESU’s wide range of ancillary printing and coating systems, backed up with comprehensive global customer care and genuine parts extending the performance of our equipment, provides customers in the printing industry with a lifecycle partner for automating processes, reducing set-up times, eliminating waste and assuring predictable and repeatable printing.’