||Non-ablative thermal negative plate with wide operating latitude, optional post UV exposure or post baking for extremely long runs with normal and UV inks.
||0.15mm (.006”), 0.20mm (.008”), 0.30mm (.012”) and 0.40mm (.015”).
||Any suitable thermal platesetters available from Agfa, Kodak, Heidelberg, Screen and Presstek
|Laser energy required
||75 - 125 mJ/cm2
||1% to 98 % @ 300 lpi.
||20 micron stochastic.
||Any suitable processors for thermal positive and negative plates.
||Water and 1.0 % NP1 Processor Cleaner.
||Recommended to use ML140G Plate Finisher.
||30 seconds dwell time at temperature between 23 and 30 °C.
|Post UV exposure
||2 - 3 minutes under any UV exposure unit using for PS plates.
|Post baking conditions
||Apply ML140B Baking Gum before baking
- Static oven: 220 – 230oC for a duration of 3 – 5 minutes
- Online oven: 240oC for a duration of 4 minutes
||100,000 impressions unbaked and more than 1 million impressions with post UV esposed or post baked.
Actual run length may vary according to press, ink and paper conditions.
||2 hours under white light and 4 hours under yellow light.
||12 months under recommended storage conditions
||Available in all standard formats including bulk packaging options
|Transport and storage
||Store plates flat in their packaging at a temperature below 25oC with relative humidity between 40 and 70%