THINK OF PRINTING SUPPLIES, THINK OF PRESS SYSTEMS GROUP
Versatile, controllable and safe for the widest range of heat-sensitive materials.
Patented actively air-cooled shutter technology.
No heat transfer to the machine or substrate at stand-by
Optically tuned reflectors maximise the lamps curing effect.
Air-cooling is now more effective than water-cooling
Supports the fastest printing speeds.
Highest dose + highest intensity = maximum curing, even at power <140W/cm
LED ready: with a hybrid lamp housing an Leo LED cassette and an E2C arc lamp cassette can be used interchangeably on the same print unit.
Highest power available from the GEW range, to support the most demanding UV curing applications on the market.
Compact 'E2C' profile to fit the widest range of machines.
Versatile, controllable, and safe for the widest range of heat - sensitive materials
Quiet operation with minimal air requirements
Optically tuned reflectors maximise curing power
Integrated flow switch ensures water flow at all times
Water-cooled reflectors support highest UV power whilist limiting heat transfter to substrate.
LED-ready: hybrid lamp casing can house either Leo LED cassette E2C or E4C arc lamp cassettes.
Retrofittable on all E2C installations
POWER SUPPLY BENEFITS
FAIL-SAFE OPERATION
Military-grade electronic design protects the UV system from damage caused by incorrect voltage, short-to-ground, dropped phases, mains spikes and lightning strikes, In the event of a serious mains disruption, the system powers down in a sage mode.

RHINO is designed to run in harshest conditions at ambient temperatures of up to 40°C. The system is also unaffected by dust, ink mist and other atmospheric contaminants.

LOWEST OPERATING COSTS
With intelligent power management, the current draw from each mains phase is balanced and harmonic distortion is minimised, reducing the energy demand registered by your electricity meter.
The single-lamp interdeck units are mounted over the belt section of the press infeed between each print unit. An air cooled under-bed heatsink protects the conveyor from excessive heat build-up.
The set-stack and / or final cure units are mounted over the belt section at the end of the press. Both are multi-lamp units are the number of lamps is determined by the machine configuration. These units are also fitted with large under-bed heatsinks to prevent heat build-up in the conveyor.
The single-lamp under-sheet unit is mounted after the coating station to cure any excess varnish that may have seeped over the sheet edge. A hinging air-cooled heatsink shilds the operator from heat build-up and stray light escaping from the unit.
Extraction fan and vertical ducting with integral autodamper to withdraw the UV lamp heat and ozone.
POWER SUPPLY BENEFITS
FAIL-SAFE OPERATION
Military-grade electronic design protects the UV system from damage caused by incorrect voltage, short-to-ground, dropped phases, mains spikes and lightning strikes, In the event of a serious mains disruption, the system powers down in a sage mode.

RHINO is designed to run in harshest conditions at ambient temperatures of up to 40°C. The system is also unaffected by dust, ink mist and other atmospheric contaminants.

LOWEST OPERATING COSTS
With intelligent power management, the current draw from each mains phase is balanced and harmonic distortion is minimised, reducing the energy demand registered by your electricity meter.
PRINT ON PLASTICS
LED UV polymer inks allow successful printing on almost all stock types as they will adhere well to non-absorbent materials like PE, PET, PU, synthetic paper etc.
SHARPER DOTS AND VIBRANT COLOURS
GEW's LEDs achieve sharper dors, more vibrant colours and a better quality finished product.
NO MORE MARKING AND SCRATCHING, NO MORE SEALER
LED UV inks and varnishes are 100% cured directly after the LED lamp. As inks are dried instantly, marking of sheets in the delivery or during the perfecting process is eliminated. The ink dries to a durable polymer which withstands solvents and abrasion throughout the lifetime of the product. As a result, machine varnish or sealer is no longer necessary.
ELIMINATE SPRAY POWDER
LED UV curing avoids the need for spray power on the machine. This eliminates the widespread contamination and associated time-consuming cleaning and maintenance while creating a cleaner work environment.
INSTANT DRYING FOR FASTER JOB TURNAROUND
Instant drying of inks enables immediate finishing and much faster despatch of jobs. Sheets can be folded, cut, bound and further processed right away, reducing work-in-progress and significantly shortening lead-times to customers.
NO HEAT
Unlike H-UV or traditional mercury lamps LEDs, emit very little infrared heat towards the substrate.

This avoids common heat-related issues in printing such as high pile temperatures, curling of heat-sensitive stock materials and loss of moisture in papter: printed sheets are crisp and fresh as new.
The low heat profile of GEW LEDs means fire risk, costly shielding and preparation of print units is avoided.
MORE COST EFFECTIVE THAN H-UV
Instant on-off switching means that with LED no energy is consumed when the press is idle. The higher electrical efficiency of LEDs and the purity of the UV output allow typical energy savings in excess of 50% compared with an H-UV lamp system.
100% UV UPTIME
The printer never waits for the UV lamps because GEW's LED's instant on-off switching means no warm-up or cool-down cycles. Mechanical maintenance time is eliminated because no lamps, shutters or reflector mechanisms require servicing.
UV intensities for each lamp can be displayed in graphical or tabular form. Traffic light colouring warns when a lamp is approaching or exceeding set points

Accurate UV outputs determine when to change lamps to extend their life.
Save energy by reducing lamp running power without risking undercured product.
Create a UV curing certificate for every batch by recording live UV outputs for every lamp.
Designed to comply with European legislation on food contact packaging:
   - Framework Regulation (EC) 1935/2004 article 3
   - Good Manufacturing Practice Regulation (EC) 2023/2006
   - Plastics Regulation (EU) 10/2011
   - Swiss Ordinance SR 817.023.21

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