ContiTech will present highlights from three brands

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Quality test on a ContiTech flexo printing plate engraved using a state-of-the-art fiber laser

Label and packaging solutions provider, ContiTech, will be showcasing current highlights from its three brands, Conti Laserline, Conti-Air and Phoenix Xtra Blankets, at Labelexpo Europe 2017. ContiTech will be in Hall 11, Stand B51.

ContiTech will be presenting the Conti Laserline CSX and CSC printing plates with their integral compressible layer at the show since these are excellently suited to flexible packaging materials and labels. Conti Laserline CSL and CAL are ideal for ink applications. Direct printing on corrugated cardboard is also possible; Conti Laserline CCX can be used for all the common corrugated types. Conti Laserline CML was specially developed for printing on tubes, cups and metals.

Conti-Air will unveil its latest technical developments for high-end label and packaging printing. In addition to their chemical properties, such as resistance to swelling and outstanding ink laydown, even on demanding substrates, the printing blankets in particular feature long service lives and excellent abrasion resistance.

In addition to many other printing blankets, the company would also unveil a self-adhesive version of its Ruby product under the brand name Phoenix Xtra Blankets. The flagship product in UV offset printing delivers top-quality results when printing on packaging materials, sheet metal and tubes.



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