> Press Maintance
Press maintenance can improve quality, reduce waste.
Press maintenance is the key, not only for improved print quality and reduced waste, but also for increasing the life of the press, rollers, gears and cylinders. Downtime is also significantly reduced and
frustration levels are lower.
The narrow web flexographic process requires the use of printing, die-cutting, laminating and many
other functions depending on the job at hand. Critical components include gears, bearings rollers,
and drive components which when neglected contribute to mis-registration, poor print quality and increased waste. A press that has been neglected for more than 3-5 years can bring rebuild costs
in excess of $20, 000. A solid preventative maintenance plan will extend the life of the press and
bring more profits to the bottom line due to higher productivity and less waste.
AAA Press can provide you with a preventative maintenance plan that is tailored to your organization
and operational usage for many narrow web presses including Webtron, Mark Andy, Aquaflex and Propheteer to name a few. We offer annual, semi-annual and quarterly service contracts to keep your presses running smoothly. Our programs include an initial press survey upon our arrival to determine
what components are out of original specification. Next, we will review the press survey and with your approval, order the components for overnight delivery & expedite the maintenance plan.
Our factory trained service personnel can also provide emergency service and technical phone support
by contacting our service manager at 847-818-1100.
> Printing Equipment Restoration & Rebuild
Make that old press "Like New" with an AAA Press rebuild.
Our service staff is fully trained to provide complete press rebuilding either at your plant or ours.
A typical rebuild is required for presses that have not been maintained on a regular basis and therefore provide poor registration and inconsistent print quality.
> Equipment Relocation?
Our factory trained service staff can de-install...