ENULEC at K show – previewOctober 10, 2019
Esa Roto Film Pro is the latest development from Enulec. it enables converters to print onto film with a innovative capacitance free technology. Enulec is going to show the Esa Roto Film Pro and other innovative technologies at K show in Hall 4, Stand A40
NEW ESA ROTO Film-PRO the latest in new developments from ENULEC® enables gravure printers to safely print onto film with an exclusive capacitance free technology that effectively penetrates ESA through all types of film substrates with a dynamically balanced charge program designed to counteract the double layer charge that can exist in films throughout the printing and converting processes. The new system has integrated complete static controls while incorporating ramp up power control for safe ESA power levels at start-up. In order to further enhance safety, the system is continuously reads the complete resistance of the ESA system relative to the process and to keep the operator informed of ESA roll resistance details necessary to provide safe ESA operation in your factory.
ENULEC® In-Line Static Measurement
In-Line Static Measurement working together with ENULEC® active antistatic bars are a serious solution for the entire converting process from the manufacturing of the Film through Printing and Coverting. The high voltage corona process often used on film production lines effectively changes the surface dyne level while leaving behind charge deposits that impede and trap beneath the film surface. The ENULEC® In-Line static process control system works with a combination of permanently fixed In-Line static measurement probes located inbound and outbound of the presses and laminators. Real-time static level data are then displayed and stored onto the ENULEC® touchscreen control panel. In order to bring static line static down a combination of surface discharge bars are applied in conjunction with the powerful ENULEC® antistatic bars that impede the film surface with a polarized balance of positive and negative charges that populate beneath the film surface resulting in a reduction of static voltage.