Xsys to demonstrate full flexo portfolio at Infoflex 2022

The two-day event will bring the flexo community together

Xsys will display its nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing System at Infoflex 2022 Photo: Xsys
Xsys will display its nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing System at Infoflex 2022 Photo: Xsys

Xsys is pleased to announce its participation at Infoflex 2022 on 14 and 15 March. Visitors to the Fort Worth Convention Center in Texas will be able to discuss the latest solutions in flexographic printing plates, platemaking equipment, and sleeves and adapters with the experts on the Xsys booth 415.

The innovative nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing System F IV, which provides better and more consistent quality, faster production, and easier handling of flexo plates, will be on display. This has proven to reduce press downtime by getting plates ready for printing in less than 60 minutes, which in turn meets brand owners’ requirement for faster time to market. Furthermore, nyloflex Xpress reduces energy usage and costs by up to 94% compared to solvent processing.

Xsys nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing System is game-changing for flexographic printers

“With print quality that rivals solvent plates, reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), and more environmentally friendly production, the nyloflex Xpress Thermal Processing System is a real game-changer for flexographic printers,” said Eric Gibbs, site director Plates & Prepress North America at Xsys. “Solvent-free is the way to answer demands for more sustainable production of labels and flexible packaging. And not only does this thermal technology lower the impact on the environment, but it also increases health and safety for operators.”

The experts will also be available to advise customers in their choice of flexographic printing plates for all applications, from tags labels to flexible packaging. For platemakers, there will be the chance to learn how the ThermoFlexX portfolio of imagers, Catena plate processing equipment, and Woodpecker surface screening increase OEE in pre-press and produce very consistent plates at a lower cost.

rotec High-performance sleeve Photo: Xsys
rotec High-performance sleeve    Photo: Xsys

From the ever-expanding rotec adapters and sleeves line, visitors will have the opportunity to experience the revolutionary rotec high-performance Sleeve, which provides printers the benefit of bounce reduction and higher press speeds, lower weight, and easier sleeve mounting, along with the rotec Eco Bridge which enables easier and faster sleeve mounting with more efficient compressed air usage.

Organized by the FTA, the two-day event has a long history of bringing together the flexo community, and this year marks the 40th edition. “The Infoflex exhibition has always been central to our industry, but now more than ever, it will bring our community back together again. We see it as a great opportunity to reinforce our existing customer relationships and build new ones for the future, as Xsys continues to innovate in the flexo space and bring more brilliance into the lives of flexo printers,” concluded Dan Rosen, director of National Accounts at Xsys.   


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