High Speed Inking Unit 4

Article number: 466.000.000

Inking unit to apply and distribute ink films of accurate kown, reproducible and even thickness on the printing discs for the IGT printability testers.
Fast inking unit, can be used to ink up to 4 printing discs simultaneously. Enables the user to reduce the total inking time to 15 s. The unit is computer controlled and all settings as well as the instructions can be read on the display. The operating temperature 15 to 45°C.
Dimensions(L x W x H):0cm x 0cm x 0cm
Main application:Inking device for AIC2-5T2000
GST and Amsterdam
Conformance with standards/W-leaflet:ISO 38783:2006, ISO 2834, ISO 2846, ISO 2836
Water bath and temperature:Yes, 15
Speed range and modes:Inking speed: 0.2
Substrate requirements:
Interval time and number:
Printing shafts type and options:4 shafts
Shaft positioning:Automatically
Lifting system:Automatically
Print length and width:
Printing discs:IGT printing discs
adaptors for older models IGT printability testers or pr
Sector positioning:
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Doctoring system:
Dispensing system:
Pre-programmed tests:3 inking programs
Analysis options:
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Data export options:
Additional items:IGT ink Pipette 0.01 ml resolution
IGT ink Pipette 0.001 ml resolution
Lint free cleaning towel white
Accessories:adaptors for
Inks or liquids:
Inking speeds:0.2
Inking programs:3
Top rollers:Conventional or UV inks, 4, 2 or 1 segment
Maintenance:Yearly, The annual maintenance and calibration of the tester can be carried out by IGT Testing Systems or companies authorized by IGT Testing Systems. Information can be obtained from your supplier or the local agent.
Compatible instruments:AE Four
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Description of property:
Cleaning:Cleaning mode, Starwash, white spirit, petroleum, cleaning naphta, lintfree towels
Power Supply Requirements:115-230V/50-60 Hz (5 A slow)
Guarantee:Standard one year
Space requirements:0.7 m_
Standard delivery time:4-8 weeks


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