Meech is exhibiting its static control and web cleaning ranges for the first time at Grafima 2015 (Hall IV, Belgrade Fair, Serbia). With a line-up that includes the recently launched Hyperion 924IPS anti-static bar, as well as the company’s unique range of web cleaning systems, Meech will be illustrating how its products and services can benefit businesses in the print industry.
“We are very pleased to be at Grafima,” says Nigel Taylor, Coordinator at Meech CE (Central Europe). “The show represents a great opportunity to highlight to the Eastern European market the ways in which our systems can help maintain efficient, safe and productive manufacturing environments. Versatility plays a key role in the design of our technologies, and this is reflected in our Hyperion range and in the four different technologies we employ for our web cleaners.”
Visitors to the stand are invited to view first-hand the complete range of Hyperion static control systems, which comprises the popular 971IPS and 929IPS anti-static bars, as well as the brand new 924IPS, a compact, short-range pulsed DC ionising bar.
Nigel explains: “The development and expansion of the Hyperion range has been possible thanks to Meech’s close collaboration with its customers in order to understand their needs and demands. The end result is a range of systems that provides class leading static elimination, with the bars’ default settings allowing quick and easy installation for use on label production lines.”
Also on display at the show is a selection of Meech’s web cleaning systems, which includes the TakClean™ and CyClean™. The TakClean™, a contact web cleaner employed within the print sector, features specifically formulated TransTak elastomer contact cleaning rollers and perforated adhesive rolls, which make it ideal for narrower and slower presses. The CyClean™ is a compact non-contact system designed to remove and extract contamination. Meech have optimised the cleaning efficiency of the CyClean™ to remove contamination to below 1 micron. It is best suited for newer, high speed presses and can handle virtually any substrate. As a result, with new ink jet printable webs becoming available, the system provides a future proof solution.
“The need to minimise wastage and achieve higher levels of productivity is a key priority for printers,” explains Nigel. “This goal can only be achieved if one capitalises on the strengths of highly efficient contact and non-contact web-cleaning systems.”
He concludes: “We are confident that our product ranges will attract a good deal of interest throughout the event, and look forward to discussing the latest trends and innovations in the print industry with an international audience.”
Available immediately, Meech’s complete static control and web-cleaning ranges will be on display on the Meech stand (Hall IV) at Grafima, Belgrade Fair, from September 30th to October 3rd, 2015.