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Sandon launches new anilox technology at Labelexpo

September 23, 2009

The product is a high opaque color alternative to screen printing.

UK anilox roll manufacturer Sandon Global Engraving has launched HOC, the latest addition to its range of products. HOC anilox roll technology enables label printers to use high opaque color UV flexo printing as an alternative to rotary screen. The HOC technology joins the company’s high opacity white HOW anilox brand for printing screen quality whites using UV flexo, also showing for the first time in Europe.

Also making a debut at Labelexpo Europe is the company’s HVP high volume process and Ipro high process print anilox roll technology, the latter designed for high print speeds and high line count applications in process printing. Other products on display include protective covers for sleeves and Voltec volume measuring equipment.

Established in 2004, Sandon Global manufactures laser engraved ceramic coated anilox and gravure rollers for the flexographic printing industry. The company also offers a full engineering service for both repairing rolls and sleeves as well as developing new concepts in roll and sleeve technologies.


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