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New Xerox Brenva HD options aim to boost output and flexibility


September 18, 2018
By PrintAction Staff

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With the demand for colour inkjet pages expected to grow more than five-fold through 2022 as predicted by IT Strategies, Xerox says it is responding to the demand by increasing output capacity for the Xerox Brenva HD Production Press by more than 50 percent, expanded stock choices and added a roll feed capability for continuous operation.

With the new duplex speed kit, Brenva HD’s output speed increases from 182 to up to 275 pages per minute, suitable for book, transactional and direct mail segments. The new kit, Xerox says, is designed to increase productivity by speeding up duplex (two-sided) printing for books and manuals, as well as many transactional jobs. Depending on the sheet size used, print providers can now achieve up to 300 letter size impressions per minute with the Brenva HD, the company explains.

Working with technology partner, Tecnau, Xerox now offers the Tecnau SheetFeeder BV roll feed system for up to nine hours of non-stop cut sheet paper feeding. According to Xerox, Brenva HD is the first sheet-fed inkjet press to offer a roll feed option, helping to enable print shops to produce longer run jobs without frequent paper tray restocking. Additionally, Brenva HD can now print on heavier weight stocks up to 270 gsm, suitable for postcards, ID cards, and other jobs that utilize thicker, heavier media.
 
The Brenva HD speed kit will be available for order taking beginning September 17. The kit will be available for both new equipment and as an upgrade to existing machines. The system with the duplex speed kit and Tecnau SheetFeeder BV roll feed system will be on display at Xerox booth #1621 at Print 18.

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