PrintPack 2019: Megtec’s solutions for newspapers and book printers

MEGTEC at Printpack India 2019

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MEGTEC AR35-I flying splicer

Dürr MEGTEC is a supplier of industrial dryers and ovens for roll-to-roll and web forming applications such as graphics printing, membranes, and optical films; specialized coating lines for lithium-ion battery electrodes; and material handling systems for graphics printing. The company offers stand-alone components, integrated line solutions, and process optimization services. Their equipment solutions oxidize, filter, recover and/or purify vapor-phase and liquid effluents from a variety of processes. Pune based MEGTEC Systems India is a part of Dürr Group.

At Printpack India 2019, which takes place from 1-6 February 2019 at the Expo Centre in Greater Noida, MEGTEC will exhibit various products like automatic flying splicer AR35-I, web tension boosters, 90-degree turner bars, along with related other offerings like environmental control equipment like solvent recovery system, regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO).

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The Babcock &amp; Wilcox MEGTEC AR35-I is a compact, match speed flying splicer, which reduce waste and increase productivity. It is ideal for newspaper and book printers with limited space and have the capacity to handle reels up to 1070 mm (42 inch) diameter.

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