CAREL brings innovation and efficiency for printing technologies to drupa

CAREL will be in Düsseldorf from 28 May to 7 June for drupa 2024, the leading print and graphics show, presenting its innovative technologies and solutions for the sector.

The right humidity and temperature are fundamental elements in printing processes, yet are often underestimated or not adequately controlled. Printing in fact involves materials that are sensitive to variations in relative humidity, which can lead to dimensional deformations, loss of register and colour variations, resulting in poor quality of the printed product. CAREL will be bringing to drupa both its experience and it advanced solutions, including both adiabatic and isothermal humidification technologies to efficiently control printing processes and guarantee superior quality results.

In addition to humidity control equipment, CAREL will be presenting advanced remote monitoring solutions to optimise process operating efficiency and guarantee reliable performance of the HVAC systems, through simplified access and local control of the devices, thus minimising downtime.

Furthermore, aware of the importance of heat recovery in industrial applications, not only to reduce energy costs, but also to improve the environmental impact of the processes, CAREL is committed to making printing processes more sustainable, with innovative and efficient heat exchangers that can recover energy at high temperatures in small spaces.

“CAREL is excited to be at drupa 2024 and present its innovative solutions for the printing sector,” commented Enrico Boscaro, CAREL Group Marketing Manager - HVAC Industrial. “We are committed to offering our customers the most innovative technologies available to improve their productivity, reduce costs and meet the strictest environmental standards.”

Company Profile

CAREL is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of control solutions for air conditioning, refrigeration and heating, and systems for improving indoor air quality. We design our products so as to bring energy savings and reduce environmental impact, thanks to the combination of the most advanced technologies and customised services, aimed at optimising the performance of equipment and systems. Our solutions are used in commercial, industrial and residential applications. Founded in 1973, CAREL employs more than 2000 people, with consolidated revenues of more than 650 million euros in 2023 (+19.3% over 2022) and operates through 49 branches and 15 fully-owned production plants.

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