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ITL further expands UV curing for digital inkjet sector

Leading supplier of UV curing systems to the global digital inkjet industry, Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) has extended the scope of its SubZero range with the introduction of 220mm and 280mm arc length variants in both shuttered and non-shuttered options. The ITL SubZero UV programme comes in both arc and LED variants and is a proven solution for wide format inkjet printers combining a highly compact footprint with ultra-light weight and outstanding field serviceability. Launched at (July 2014) Shanghai AD and Sign Show, standard features of the new SubZero 220 and SubZero 280 solutions include a replaceable quartz front plate and quick-change lamp cassette. Both have 100 W/cm variable power […]

ITL unveils key new product launch for wide format graphics sector

UK UV technology developer Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) has introduced an LED variant to its heritage SubZero UV lamp range providing class leading high power output for an air-cooled system. A dedicated curing system for wide format inkjet printers, the new Subzero LED offers ground-breaking performance for air-cooled LED technology combined with the architectural pedigree, features and benefits of the UK-based company’s 2005 launched SubZero UV lamp range. Key features align the brand’s reduced footprint, low weight and field serviceability, with a curing ability previously only achievable using water cooled LED systems. Two years in development, the SubZero LED offers six model sizes from 60mm up to 210mm all achieving […]

Integration Technology Ltd (ITL) report highlights pitfalls of using non-OEM bulbs for UV print curing

Concerns over the use of non-original equipment manufacturer (OEM) bulbs in the lamp heads of its SubZero 055 and 085 miniature ultra violet (UV) inkjet print curing systems has been highlighted in latest technical information bulletin from UV curing solutions specialist, Integration Technology Ltd (ITL). The bulletin cites potential outcomes from using non-OEM lamps currently being sold by other lamp manufacturers including insufficient curing, shortened bulb and reflector life, increased heat transfer to substrate, non-uniform curing, invalidation of all UL and CE compliances, and fire hazards. “This a real concern to us,” says ITL managing director, Adrian Lockwood. “Apart from having shorter lamp lives, non-OEM lamps used within our lamp […]

Hugely Successful Fespa Digital, Amsterdam

The world’s first entirely digital print exhibition took place in Amsterdam from 16th – 18th May 2006.The hugely successful show with over 12,000 visitors launched Integration Technology’s high power 2 W/cm LED system and the 65 millisecond SubZero shutter. The two new systems created great interest and the Integration Technology stand was crowded with visitors. The sales team achieved an impressive number of orders over the 3 day exhibition.