Pressroom chemistry

Take control of the printing process

Fujifilm’s intelligent and integrated pressroom solutions help you take control of the whole printing process, to achieve optimum results. Pressroom products include fount solutions, fount additives, washes and maintenance auxiliaries.

FountMax: High performance fountain solutions for IPA free printing


Reduced blanket piling

Achieve longer run lengths between washes.

  • Less cleaning: Material, labour, environmental and water savings
  • Less paper waste: Material savings

Improved plate activation

Enables faster press startup.

  • Less paper waste: Material savings
  • Less water waste: Water savings

 


Press can be run at lowest water settings

Minimised ink emulsion results in higher ink density.

  • Uses less water: Water savings

 


WashMax: A range of high performance washes


Excellent cleaning power

Fast and effective removal of ink.

  • Reduced washing: Material, labour, environmental and water savings

 


Spontaneous and stable emulsion

Enables a dry blanket on restart and reduces blocking of washing unit.

  • Reduced paper waste: Material savings
  • Less contamination and pipe blocking: Labour savings

 


Low VOC and non-VOC formulations

Reduces environmental footprint.

  • Reduced VOCs: Environmental savings

 


PRO RUN: Fountain additive


Reduced blanket piling

Achieve even longer run lengths between washes.

  • Less cleaning: Material, labour, environmental and water savings
  • Less paper waste: Material savings

 


Improved plate activation

Enables faster press startup.

  • Less paper, water and plate consumption: Material and water savings

 


IPAfix: High performance IPA


Lower consumption of IPA

Reduces IPA consumption down to 1/3.

  • Reduced IPA consumption: Material savings
  • Reduced IPA: Environmental savings

 


Example savings with pressroom chemistry

Savings quoted are in comparison to typical offset production environments and may vary depending on a printer’s specific situation. Calculations are based on an assumption of 20,000 sqm/year plate production.