PRIME UV-IR Introduces Ink Mist Exhausters for Commercial Web Pressrooms

Carol Stream, IL –  With pressroom safety and employee health continuing to be a top priority, PRIME UV-IR has seen an increase in the demand for its high quality Ink Mist Exhausters.  Designed to eliminate ink mist from the press tower, PRIME’s Ink Mist Exhausters remove and filter ink misting that contaminates  the press and the surrounding area to creating a cleaner working environment. PRIME Ink Mist Exhausters have been installed in direct mail and semi-commercial pressrooms for over 20 years. 

Now PRIME UV-IR has responded to the concerns of the commercial web printer with a new Ink Mist Exhauster designed specifically for Perfector Web Presses.  While still producing the popular Universal Ink Mist Exhauster, PRIME UV-IR plans to meet the needs of the commerical web market with this revolutionary design.   Now the pressroom supervisor can eliminate ink mist and maintain cleanliness without compromising efficiency, time and quality. With over 25 years of experience providing high performance solutions for the commericial printer, PRIME’s new Ink Mist Exhauster brings the same commitment to excellence and reliability. 

PRIME’s Ink Mist Exhausters are recommended for every type of ink and coating: solvent, waterbase and UV.  In addition, all PRIME UV-IR Ink Mist Exhausters can be retrofitted to fit both commercial and direct mail presses including Goss, Harris, KBA, Timson, Mitsubishi, Heidelberg, Sauden, Muller-Martini, and more!

PRIME UV-IR Systems manufactures solutions for all safety concerns on the press floor.  Every PRIME UV-IR curing system is recommended by the EPA as the BACT (Best Available Curing Technology).  Prime UV produces the preferred high speed UV curing systems. 

KBA Newspaper Printers win accolades after installing PRIME UV

Within one year of installing a PRIME UV System on their Koenig and Bauer AG Commander Coldset Newspaper Press, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has been recognized by WAN-IFRA as an exceptional color newspaper printer and has been inducted into WAN-IFRA 2012-2014 International Newspaper Color Quality Club. The Milwaukee Journal is the sole U.S. newspaper to win this prestigious accolade. This recognition demonstrates that the Milwaukee Journal consistently meets exacting ISO standards and can reliably reproduce color images of the very highest quality.

Another coldset newspaper of distinction, PRIME PRINT, in Moscow, Russia installed their PRIME UV System on a Koenig and Bauer AG Comet 4-high web offset press. Designed to print cover stocks as well as newspapers for their thriving list of customers, the PRIME UV system is configured with three high intensity UV lamp systems on each side of the web. Included with the UV system is the PRIME UV Positive Pressure/Air Filtration system which keeps the UV system and critical components clear of contaminates, thus ensuring that the press will consistently cure at top press speeds.

Known worldwide for their high-speed UV curing systems for newspaper, semi commercial and commercial web presses, PRIME UV Curing Systems are exceptionally reliable and provide KBA press operators the surest way to reproduce true color images on coated, supercalendered, and newsprint stocks. PRIME UV Curing Systems enable printers and publishers to print jobs previously printed on heatset presses with No emissions! No VOCs! No permit issues! Best of all, printing with UV inks achieves superior quality because there is no evaporation in the printing process. With PRIME UV Dryers consistent color is achieved at maximum press speeds exceeding 2,000 fpm and 80,000 iph.