Neu-Isenburg,. Germany, 16 September 2011
DuPont Packaging Graphics will present at Poligrafinter 2011
October 4th – 8th at CROCUS EXPO (Russia, Moscow) | Hall 4 - Stand D165
DuPont Packaging Graphics inviting visitors attending Poligrafinter in Moscow, from October 4 to 8, 2011, to visit their stand at Hall 4, Booth D165, where they will showcase their latest innovations around DuPont™ Cyrel® FAST round for flexible packaging as well as DuPont™ Cyrel® DigiCorr for the corrugated market. DuPont Packaging Graphics will feature new technology in flexographic workflows, which bring improved productivity, excellent quality, and a respect for the environment to the flexo industry.
DuPont continues to innovate and advance flexo enabling users to achieve gravure-like quality, precise registration and highest speed to market through their high-level solutions: DuPont™ Cyrel® round and Cyrel® FAST round. The world of Digital Flexography with sleeve technology has revolutionized the industry through differentiated print quality at reduced total solution cost.
“DuPont™ Cyrel® round as well as Cyrel® FAST round is the innovative DuPont image carrier for precise and seamless flexo printing, providing the printer the brightest and the most eye-catching packaging printing”, said Hubert Steffan, who is Sales Manager for Central East & Eastern Europe at DuPont Packaging Graphics.
Hubert Steffan added: “As Poligrafinter is a centre of the latest developments in printing industry at the territory of Eastern Europe, we look forward to meet our clients and prospects in such a dynamic environment and to present our latest print results of Cyrel® DigiCorr, which has opened new printing horizons in the corrugated segment!”
DuPont Cyrel® DigiCorr is an exposure unit modification that allowed the main exposure of the digital Cyrel® plates to take place in an inert or oxygen free atmosphere, resulting in a hybrid digital dot. These hybrid dots proved to be ideal for handling the caliper and compression variations typically found in corrugated board. This results into a significant reduction of the so called “washboard-effect”.