Kompac to Present New High-Speed UV/Aqueous Coating Solution at Print 17
SOMERVILLE, NJ — August 22, 2017 — Kompac is pleased to announce they will be showcasing their newest high-speed coating and priming system, the EZ Koat 20 Plus. Taking place September 10-14th at McCormick Place in Chicago, the team will be doing live demonstrations of this high-powered UV/Aqueous coater, which now reaches speeds up to 200 feet per minute. Also being included in the demonstrations will be the adjoining feeder and stacker for handling mid to high volume coating production.
Now offering an Anilox Coater option, the EZ Koat 20 Plus makes running soft-touch and matte coatings simple and easy for users. The standard Kompac Coating System remains in place to quickly switch to high-quality UV/aqueous gloss and satin coatings when desired. Unlike all competitive systems, the Kompac’s EZ Koat product line operates with a digital lamp driver, providing infinitely variable curing and drying capabilities as well as instant start-up after coating changes. Patented technology singular to Kompac translates to a guaranteed twenty-five percent power reduction and greater productivity for the customer.
“Print 17 is a fantastic venue that brings industry professionals together. Each year, we look forward to attending this show because it provides the opportunity to be face to face with potential customers on such a large scale. With live demonstrations of equipment, people can see and understand how simple Kompac’s coating solutions are to operate and the benefits they provide in the work flow,” said Chris DuFour, Director of Sales & Marketing.
Located in booth #362, the team will be doing live demonstrations of this equipment throughout the five day event. For more information on this product or to set up a meeting or demo time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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