Come see ebeam technology in action! During drupa, COMET's ebeam Technologies will feature operating ebeam curing systems on a Uteco (Hall 10 / Booth A18) Onyx X5 4.0 Evolution 8-station central impression (CI) flexo press and on an Omet (Hall 3 / Booth D90 1 & 2) Varyflex V2 Offset 850 press. In addition, at our own booth we will be giving demonstrations of an ebeam inkjet dryer (EID) and an EBLab ebeam R & D system!
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Previously only available in the form of massive and expensive systems, ebeam Technologies has made the technology of highly compact and sealed ebeam engines accessible for mainstream industrial use. The existence of compact, reliable components will give manufacturers in various industries a powerful tool to operate with more sustainability. Unlike previous devices, a sealed ebeam lamp can be replaced within minutes. Size matters. The radically new format of the technology enables the shift from service centers to customers inline. The objective is for ebeam processing to give value to materials in diverse industries, which have either no value or negative value. It is our mission to become the darling technology of the ages.
The use of electron beam curing (EBC) for inks, varnishes, coatings, laminating adhesives and many other applications is growing rapidly. For the development of suitable EB chemistries and substrates, for quality control and general educational purposes, the reliable, easy to operate and moderately priced EBLab has additionally been manufactured by ebeam Technologies. The new, revolutionary EBLab system is fully computer controlled with a user friendly interface that includes features such as nitrogen purge, ozone extraction and data storage. The EBLab offers modest facility requirements and small footprint will allow it to fit in any laboratory.
COMET AG aquired PCT Engineered Systems and its BroadBeam brand. The aquisition of PCT and BroadBeam ensures that ebeam can provide a solution for all potential users of low-energy ebeam technology. This encompasses ebeam modules for OEMs, entire ebeam systems for end customers, as well as for all the automation required upstream and downstream from the beam.
For any inquiries please contact Ms. Corinne Schmid at the listed contact information.