Activ LED UV System
Convert your UV flexo press to LED UV curing with wide-ranging benefits
Protect the planet and your profits
Optimise your narrow web production and sustainability with LED UV curing
Fujifilm’s Activ LED UV curing system, incorporating a new range of LED UV inks, can be used to convert any traditional UV Flexo press to LED UV curing to deliver increased productivity and quality, greater application versatility, lower costs and a lower impact on the environment.
higher press speeds
and reduce waste
Activ LED Curing System
Huge savings in energy, materials, labour and waste are possible with the Activ system, thanks to the lower power LED UV lamps
A secure investment in proven LED UV technology
Thanks to the high performance of the Activ LED UV curing system, productivity and quality improvements are significant. Not only can press speeds be increased, but job set up and make ready times can be reduced as there is less material distortion due to heat.
Productivity and quality improvements
The Activ LED UV system improves substrate stability, resulting in a more controlled ramp up to production speeds, and it is often possible to achieve the required colours much faster with Fujifilm’s high performance Sericol JJ LED UV flexo ink system. Add to that improvements to the system reliability with much lower press down time, productivity gains can be significant.
Quality also becomes more consistent as the impact of the heat from the UV lamps is reduced, resulting in better registration and less substrate distortion.
Savings in energy, materials, labour and waste
Due to the reductions in power required for the LED UV lamps, cost savings can be made across the production process. The energy savings are significant, but material usage and waste are also reduced, and the lower maintenance required to support the LED UV curing system results in a much lower number of replacement parts, with lower associated labour costs.
The Activ LED UV curing system has significant benefits to both the working environment and the environment as a whole. Energy use is reduced, VOCs are eliminated when running at full LED capabilities and the lower amounts of materials used and waste produced all benefit the environment. The working environment for operators is also improved, with many undesirable factors eliminated or reduced, including heat from the conventional UV lamps, ambient noise and odour.
Sericol Flexo JJ LED UV cured flexo inks
Sericol Flexo JJ is an ultra-fast cured, high gloss LED UV flexo ink system incorporating a range of colours, process inks, metallic shades and specialist products. Flexo JJ uses Micro-V dispersion technology enabling a highly pigmented product whilst maintaining consistent viscosity and flow.
The exceptionally fast cure speed of Flexo JJ enables a wide range of anilox volumes to be used, which allows for deeper more saturated colours in the final print. Flexo JJ is designed for use with both the Illumina and ACTIV LED UV curing systems, but is also compatible with most other available LED UV curing systems.
Key benefits that Flexo JJ offers include:
– Low viscosity press ready colours
– High colour density – Similar colour characteristics to the Sericol Flexo JD UV curing ink range
– Adhesion to a wide range of synthetic substrates Including top coated PE & PP, PVC, PET, some thermal papers, metallised foils and most commonly available papers
– Suitable for a wide range of applications including self-adhesive labels and unsupported films for sachets and pouches
– Over printable with thermal transfer ribbons and cold foil adhesives – Good hot foiling properties
– Dedicated Pantone®* formulation matching system – Flexo sleeve white for shrink sleeve application
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In Fujifilm we have a partner with both the ink and the curing solution to help us deliver better, faster results to our customers, while at the same time helping us to meet the ambitious sustainability goals we continually set for ourselves.
Francesc Egea | IPE Industria Gráfica