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GEW to launch power saving e-Brick in Australia

March 2007. Visitors to the PrintEx07 in Sydney will have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments in power saving UV curing from GEW on stand 1101 where the new e-Brick power supply and a working model of its VCP UV lamp head will be exhibited. The two combine to form one system in the GEW e-System family of UV curing solutions.

Comments Marcus Greenbrook, Sales & Service Manager, Australasia; “With energy costs continuing to rise, GEW has developed its new e-System with the e-Brick electronic power supply to provide a measured reduction of up to 30% in energy costs while giving equivalent curing capability when compared to traditional ballast based power supplies. GEW has actually produced a calculator cost model where Printers can enter the make and parameters of their particular press and obtain the exact savings they would gain by installing e-brick”. The calculator cost model can be requested at sales@gewuv.com.

GEW can offer UV system upgrades on almost all makes of presses combining both the benefits of the e-Brick with its new e-System lamp heads and reflector designs for optimised curing of inks and coatings. Along with the proven reduction in electrical costs, the additional benefit of e-Brick is the reduced environmental emissions attendant with lower electrical power use.

Head quartered in the United Kingdom, GEW offers complete solutions for curing a wide range of inks and varnishes on today’s and substrates including inkjet, heat-sensitive and flexible packaging applications as well as silicone release and industrial applications. The company serves a worldwide market through a network of distributors and its sales and support facilities also located in Germany, USA and India and Australasia.

GEW (EC) Ltd.
3/189 Stawell St
Richmond
Melbourne 3121
Australia
Tel: + 61 (0) 419 386 928(Mobile)
Tel/Fax:+ 61 (0) 3 9421 6439

GEW (EC) Limited
Tel: +44 (0) 1737 824500
sales@gewuv.com
www.gewuv.com

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