Baldwin Technology

Baldwin at IPEX

Baldwin Technology Co. Inc. presented an extensive product portfolio for the sheet-fed, commercial web, flexo corrugated packaging, newspaper and semi-commercial sectors at IPEX 2010, along with its ‘Just Ask Baldwin’ concept, providing solutions to what printers could do to improve the productivity and process costs of their printing presses.  

Baldwin offers the largest selection of press cleaning systems in the world, with products for printers, whether they are in the small offset, newspaper or the flexo corrugated market where it introduced its automatic brush cleaning systems during second half of 2009. These include: ImpactFusion, which utilises dry or pre-impregnated cloth; ProTech, which uses groundbreaking brush cleaning technology; FlexoPlateCleaner, which is a unique patented automatic plate cleaning system that enhances print quality by delivering clean and dry plates automatically after each cleaning cycle. TowerClean, which is an inexpensive automatic blanket cleaning system offering a very fast return on investment; and Jetstream, another popular web cleaning product, removes dust from the paper web before it enters the first printing unit.

Baldwin’s in-line finishing systems for commercial web applications include the newly developed WebSiliconer. This silicone application device avoids smearing of printing ink on the press’s guide rollers and puts a controlled amount of moisture back into the paper web after heatset drying. Visitors to the company’s Ipex stand will be able to hear about WebTack, a highly precise longitudinal gluing and fold softening system that applies glue/soft in contact with the paper web. Features include a high degree of control, fast make-ready and low maintenance.  

Baldwin introduced a new extended range of its environmentally efficient line of consumables for automatic cleaning systems. With the Ipex release of the new technologies PREPACPlus, PREPACExtreme, DryPacPlus and DryPacExtreme, Baldwin is now able to offer high performance consumables solutions for hybrid, UV and textured cylinder applications as well as significantly improved and cost-effective cleaning for traditional newspaper, commercial web and sheet-fed printing applications.  In addition, the company released the newly developed CleanPac, a system for manual tissue cleaning of the press as well as gentle hand cleaning for the operators. The CleanPac line consists of pre-impregnated sheets for machine- and hand wash, complemented with dry sheets.

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