Fujifilm North America is to debut the Superia ZD offset plate technology, a new addition to its processless plate portfolio for the commercial market, at PRINT 17. It will be demonstrated with the existing Superia Ecomaxx-T plate.
The company describes the Superia ZD as a true no-process thermal plate, with no effluent to dispose of and no additional consumables to contend with.
“Superia ZD provides superior performance when printing under UV ink conditions, and also allows for improved run length in non-UV ink environments,” said Jim Crawford, Director, Consumable Sales, Fujifilm. “UV durability was one of the key driving factors in this development.”
Superia ZD performance is maximized with Fujifilm Hunt fountain solutions, including Superia PressMax JRDC-AB, compatible with UV/LED-UV/H-UV or conventional inks; along with the single-step Superia PressMax PPF-DC, a fountain solution with calcium control additive, also suitable for UV/LED-UV/H-UV or conventional inks.
Fujifilm to Debut Superia ZD Plate
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