GEW establishes SUV division

GEW, which specializes in developing UV curing systems, has set up a new SUV division specifically to develop and market specialist industrial UV curing installations for the coating and converting industry. This covers areas as diverse as substrate coating and wood printing.

The new division will be led by David Lyus, sales manager Digital and Industrial, who will answer to Malcolm Rae, managing director of GEW. Rae explains: “We are in the business of delivering advanced solutions to our industry partners and as a part of this, the new SUV division will increase our ability to pass state of the art technology with substantial benefits on to our customers.”

GEW supplies UV ink curing systems for the printing and packaging industries, including arc lamp and LED curing, and a hybrid system of the two. The SUV division will market specialist UV curing systems directly and through selected OEM partners, providing full pre-sales technical support for operators to determine exact specifications and full integration into larger systems. These specialist systems will include wide web CI presses, silicone release coating and digital printing applications.




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