Print & Dry PVC Range: a whole range of PVC sheets treated with a special top coating that makes them perfectly printable even using oxidative offset printers. UV offset printers, hybrid offset printers, standard offset inks, hybrid inks and UV reticulation inks. In the endless choice of sheetfed offset printing, there is often a tendency to emphasise all the latest innovations and countless types of substrates, inks and dryers. However, just as often, we tend to forget that these are expensive technologies and that not all operators in the sector have the resources to own a large fleet of machines, constantly updated and modernised.
Many small operators, in fact, for various reasons, are forced to face the challenges of the market and the competition with second-hand machines, restored or not technologically advanced. Similarly, many printers, whether large or small, who have always printed only paper, don’t possess UV offset printers. Professionals know well that, in order to print on paper, using oxidative inks, it is enough to use a traditional offset printer, not equipped for UV photoreticulation.
What if you have to print immediately PVC sheetfed for the production of promotional labels?
Would you turn down the customer’s order? Would you rush to buy a very expensive UV offset printer? Nothing could be more wrong! Ritrama has got what you need! A whole range of PVC sheets treated with a special top coating that makes them perfectly printable even using oxidative offset printers. A wide assortment of PVC sheets, available in various finishes and thicknesses, equipped with special adhesives that can be used on multiple surfaces, able to meet the most varied requests.
The special top coating applied to Ritrama PVC sheets acts as a catalyst, accelerating and promoting the drying process of the ink on the substrate, thus guaranteeing excellent printing results and therefore making the use of UV offset printers unnecessary for this type of material.