Control Print unveils continuous inkjet printer, Pench

Control Print has announced the launch of a new product – Pench, which has been developed keeping Indian industries in mind. It supports more speed as compared to its predecessor and can print at a speed of up to 700-m/min, which comes especially in use for industries like cable, wire, steel and other ultra-fast high-speed applications.

07 Jun 2022 | By Rahul Kumar

The machine can print at a speed of up to 700-m/min

Shiva Kabra, joint MD, Control Print, said, “Control Print Pench continuous inkjet printers are designed keeping the Indian industry requirements and latest technological developments in mind. To keep up with today’s fast-paced world, industries demand easy-to-use, reliable products that help them make the process of printing seamless and fast. The built-in intelligence helps in reducing the maintenance cycles.” 

The printer’s rugged construction of stainless-steel design and IP65 protection class does not require any extra care and ensures performance in the toughest of conditions. The advanced and highly reliable variant of Pench supports speeds of up to 1,300-m/min, making it the fastest one-of-its-kind product. The intelligent consumable recognition feature of Pench recognises wrong consumables and avoids using them, even if inserted by mistake.

Pench displays the level of consumables on the printer’s touchscreen and gives out a warning indication before the consumables get empty, thereby ensuring all products are coded. Solvent resistance TFT screen and the graphic user interface allow for ease of use, reducing errors and training time. 

Control Print products are used by industry leaders due to their customised, industry-specific, integrated, cost-efficient solutions and services. The company has provided its services to various industries, including packaging, F&B, pharmaceuticals, cables and wires, construction and steel amongst others in India for the past 30 years. Some of the key clients of control print are United Breweries, Hindustan Unilever, Pepsi, Ashirwad Pipes, Finolex, KEI Cables, Tata Steel and others.