Source: GEW (EC) Limited


Labelexpo_india_2018_logo_verticalThe next stop in GEW’s busy calendar of international exhibitions is Labelexpo India, in New Delhi. GEW will showcase the full range of UV curing systems and introduce the latest innovations in curing technology. The GEW team are on Stand H9 and the show runs from 22-25 November at the India Expo Centre, Greater Noida. The event will provide a perfect opportunity to update visitors on the full range of UV equipment for use with label printing presses.


As a leading expert for UV curing technology, GEW has become a key player in the design and manufacture of UV systems for web printing and coating up to 2.50m wide. The focus of GEW’s presence at Labelexpo India will be their enhanced range of high-power LED UV systems, including the LW2 LED lamphead.


LW2 E2C ArcLEDGEW’s patented LW2 lamphead is the most effective water-cooled LED UV curing technology on the market. The LW2 system employs ArcLED hybrid UV technology. This allows use of a conventional UV arc lamp or LED array on the same print unit. Both arc and LED cassettes are compatible with the same power supply and fit in the same housing for ease of change. GEW’s RHINO control enables any combination of curing technologies to be used on the same press. ArcLED enables the printer to switch between arc and LED UV curing at will, to suit process requirements and ink formulation.


GEW multi-point UV monitorGEW will also display their new multi-point UV monitor (mUVm). This next-generation monitor continuously measures UV intensity across the web, which is vital to avoid the risks and consequences of undercured product reaching the customer. With this highly reliable and cost-effective solution it is now possible to attain 100% UV inspection and to generate a UV curing certificate for every batch, by recording live outputs for every lamp. Furthermore, the new monitor is designed to comply with a broad range of European legislation on food contact packaging.


For further details visit the Labelexpo India website here