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Meech International will be returning to Labelexpo Americas (13th – 15th September, Rosemont, Illinois) to cement its position as the world’s leading provider of web cleaning solutions for the labelling industry.
Meech International has confirmed its presence at the upcoming K Trade Fair (Hall 11 – B60, Messe Düsseldorf, 19th – 26th October, 2016), the key international exhibition for the plastics and rubber industry.
Meech International will partner with Polish distributor Entro Holdings to showcase its complete range of web cleaners and anti-static bars at PLASTPOL 2016 (Stand E10, 17th – 20th May, Kielce, Poland).
Werosys is the latest company to employ Meech’s static control solutions, with the installation of thirty Hyperion 929IPS anti-static bars in its production environment.
Xeikon has optimised its digital press solutions with multiple installations of Meech’s CyClean™ non-contact web cleaning systems.
Meech addresses print industry needs with static control and web cleaning ranges on display at Grafima 2015
Meech is exhibiting its static control and web cleaning ranges for the first time at Grafima 2015 (Hall IV, Belgrade Fair, Serbia).
Meech is exhibiting its full static control and web cleaning ranges at Labelexpo Europe 2015 (Stand 6C34).
Meech International has launched the 906 and 907 high voltage power supplies as part of the company’s Hyperion range of static electricity control equipment.
Meech International has further expanded its successful Hyperion range of static control systems with the launch of the 924IPS, a compact, short-range pulsed DC ionising bar.
Meech’s Hyperion range of anti-static bars will be prominent on stand 6C34, at Labelexpo Europe 2015 (Brussels Expo, 29th September – 2nd October).
Richard Kang has been announced as the new General Manager of Meech Static Eliminators (Shanghai) Co. Ltd and is set to play a key role in the growth of the company’s business in China.
1) Why is static an important consideration for the converting industry? Converters need to take notice of static for a number of reasons. Aside from potentially generating harmful operator shocks, static attracts dirt and dust when it is present within the production line.