Vetaphone – leads in narrow web with a 80% market share!
The Danish inventor of the Corona process and pioneer of surface treatment, Vetaphone, has grown it share of the narrow web market to 80%, according to company CFO Jan Eisby. “With more than 60 years of knowledge and development, we are now the label industry’s preferred supplier of Corona units. And, in more recent times, our EASI-plasma technology has extended our capability wherever high-quality surface treatment is required.”
The Vetaphone VE1A model is designed for the specific needs of the narrow web printing press, with its compact and user-friendly design and powerful output of up to 6 kW. All stations are equipped with 4 to 6 ceramic electrodes for treating conductive and non-conductive substrates. The patented Quick Change electrode system is a unique feature on Vetaphone treaters, enabling simple thread up of the material, easy cleaning, and changing of the complete set of electrodes in seconds. This provides a major boost to productivity and a significant reduction in maintenance costs.
It is the combination of quality, low price, and reliability of its equipment that has made Vetaphone a trusted OEM supplier to manufacturers of narrow web technology including Mark Andy, for whom John Howard, Director of Product Development stated recently: “Vetaphone equipment is universally acknowledged as top quality, and I am more than happy to have it fitted to any Mark Andy press.”
Please visit us on Stand 7E28 (Hall 7) and see for yourself why Vetaphone equipment leads the market in Corona and Plasma surface treatment.
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