Registration Date 13 Aug 2018
Revision Date 13 Aug 2018

PrimeBlade® 900 Nano I


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Refined Carbon Steel


· High quality genuine Swedish steel · Long life wear resistance · Perfect towards abrasive inks, such as white inks etc. · Less adjustment of the doctor blade chamber · Because of the very small carbides, it breaks down in much smaller particles. · Less friction towards the cylinder, reduced with 40-60% · High print quality, gives a cleaner wipe · No ceramic particles involved · Less particles sticking to the blade

Wear Resistance Friction Resistance

Manufacturer's Description

PrimeBlade 900 Nano I has been developed together with partners in Nano technology, to treat and produce different steel qualities optimizing the properties and performance.

The microstructure of the PrimeBlade 900 steel consists of finely distributed, small carbides, giving it an exceptional wear resistance, reduced friction and higher printing performance.

PrimeBlade 900 Nano I is produced by using the latest Nano technology, with the idea of not using the ceramic & nickel coatings that are used today; resulting in none of the side effects these coatings can have on environment, brittleness and other issues.

It´s a revolutionary patented metallurgic-treated steel blade which will extend blade life to hitherto unseen levels in non-ceramic coated blades in both flexo and gravure applications. The blade will outlast any non-ceramic blade on the market, without any of the brittleness associated with long life blades, with no extra consequent anilox roll/gravure cylinder wear and at a competitive price.

Today many of the flexible printers are looking for solutions that will improve the financial bottom line by; increasing productivity, printing quality and reducing the downtime due to the lack of blade longevity. PrimeBlade Nano I will be a part of that solution. Additional products will follow shortly, developed especially for white inks wear problems and for printers that want to increase the life time even further.