Prime UV Systems will be exhibiting the new RADMAX lamp system for newspaper presses at America East 2013. Prime UV Systems, an unwavering curing and equipment resource for high speed web printers for a quarter of a century, has been installing UV on newspaper presses since 1999.
The new RADMAX cures UV inks printed on coated, supercalendered, and newsprint stocks at top speeds. With the RADMAX, printers can enter new markets and increase profits by printing commercial quality work. RADMAX lamp systems are customized for the individual press, from 36” to 120” for full cure of the web. The RADMAX system cures on doublewide and triplewide newspaper presses at speeds that exceed 3,000 fpm, and supplies consistent quality at all speed levels. Several companies have recently implemented the RADMAX, including Great West Newspapers of Alberta, Canada; Times of India in Mumbai, India; and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in Milwaukee, WI.
Known worldwide for their high-speed UV curing systems for coldset web presses, Prime UV’s faultless processors permit printers to produce jobs that were once generated with less efficient heatset ovens. News organizations and media companies looking for a high-speed, dependable method of UV curing turn to Prime UV, a world-class UV leader that engineers top-quality UV processors to serve commercial and semi-commercial newspaper markets.