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Sustainability Printing Flint Group Marvaco nyloflex XPH nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processor rotec CFX Bridge SOMA SOMA Flexo Challenge Conference 2019

Less ink use, less press cleaning, less waste with Marvaco GreenerPrinting EGP

Environmental issues such as climate change, pollution, environmental degradation, resource depletion, and packaging waste demand an urgent and coherent response from the packaging industry. Flint Group partnered up with SOMA and Marvaco to work on an environmental friendly full HD Expanded Gamut Printing (EGP) on paper. At the SOMA Flexo Challenge Conference 2019 held in Czech Republic, the live printing of the print design showcased that sustainability is a top priority with high print quality results.
Thermal Printing Plates and Printing Ink by Flint Group
With the ambition to become the innovation leader in flexographic plates, sleeves and ink solutions, Flint Group addressed this challenge by delivering nyloflex XPH thermal printing plates, suitable for water based and UV inks. The round top dot plate is processed with the nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processor. A sustainable easy-to-use system of several components, reliably delivers a complete solution for lightning-fast plate making and high-end flexo printing. The benefits of 30% less waste, up to 88% reduction in electricity, and a plate processing time of only 45 minutes, result especially in reduction of operating costs, improved productivity as well as excellent print quality. In addition the rotec CFX Bridge with carbon-fiber structure has been used as a high quality adapter with a long lifetime.
Flint Group is supported as well by delivering TerraCode inks. Designed for eco-green solutions – a hybrid biorenewable system supporting a sustainable environment. TerraCode is developed for all key water-based paper and board applications. TerraCode addresses sustainability and regulatory compliance and provides a renewable solution for printers’ and brand owners’ environmental and sustainable projects.


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