Infrared emitters for drying printing inks

Infrared emitters save energy, space and time in your printing process

Infrared emitters for drying printing inks

Napkins with flexoprinting, brochures with offset or screen printing for advertising materials or automotive glass – the most varied materials are printed.
For digital printing, the ink must be dried as rapidly as possible to keep pace with the printing process.
Especially in the case of water-based inks, a Heraeus carbon infrared system (CIR) can help to better use the full capacity of high-speed printing heads. Hybrid infrared emitters dry both at the surface and inside the product (e.g. cardboard and serviettes).

Your advantages with infrared heat:

  • Transfer of energy without contact
  • Low maintenance expenditure
  • Infrared emitters are precisely adjusted to the product.
  • The optimal wavelength accelerates drying and makes drying more energy-efficient

See for yourself what infrared heat can do!
Here some application examples:

Increased printing speed

Increased printing speed

Infrared heat for the full capacity of the high-speed printing machine.

Printing of signal blocks on parking tickets

Printing of signal blocks on parking tickets

At Bemrose Booth in Hull, UK, a Heraeus Noblelight carbon infrared system in a high-speed printing machine helps dry high-quality tickets in a much more cost-efficient way

Drying of printed paper napkins

Drying of printed paper napkins

Hybrid carbon infrared emitters for drying the water-soluble ink on multi-layer, absorbent napkins.

Infrared Drying Improves Corrugator Capacity

Infrared Drying Improves Corrugator Capacity

An infrared drying system has helped Tri-Wall Europe Limited to improve corrugator capacity of coated board at their Monmouth factory.

Heraeus Infrared Saves Energy In Coating of Board for Food Packaging

Heraeus Infrared Saves Energy In Coating of Board for Food Packaging

An infrared system from Heraeus Noblelight has dramatically reduced energy costs in the coating of board for food packaging at the Stroud factory of The Olympic Varnish Company Ltd.

Energy-efficient drying for high-speed printing heads

Energy-efficient drying for high-speed printing heads

The use of carbon infrared emitters (CIR) enabled The Lettershop Group in Leeds to achieve the speed required for drying that their high-speed printing heads need.

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