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Liquid Photopolymer Resins Offered by A&V


BRYAN, OH | Anderson & Vreeland offers a new and expanded line of AVantage liquid photopolymers formulated for high quality printing in packaging, stamp industries, and signage applications. Resins are named for their applications and include AVBag, AVStamp, and AVMaster.

AVBag, designed for the packaging industry, is said to be a highly resistant, durable plate that provides excellent ink transfer, and it is compatible with most water-based and glycol-based inks.

AVStamp is formulated for the hand stamp/marking device industry and reportedly offers exceptional clarity and UV stability for flexibility and durability. It is non-yellowing and compatible with most water-based and glycol-based inks.

AVMaster, formulated for molding and signage applications, is said to be a highly resistant, durable plate that provides excellent imaging characteristics.

Company says AVantage liquid photopolymers offer environmental advantages since they do not use solvents or VOCs, consume less energy during processing, and the un-imaged photopolymer can be reclaimed and reused.


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