manroland Goss HT70 Presses

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One complete 22″ cut-off, forty-two unit manroland Goss Magnum press system with two universal folders, known as MSC 9001.

Press system includes:

  • Eight (8) Magnum four-high towers
  • Four (4) Magnum two-high arrangements
  • Two (2) Magnum mono units with integrated support frames
    • Printing units all with:
      • Pneumatic throw-off functions
      • GMI remote inking with digital preset
      • QTI motorized register
      • QTI multicam auto register on four-high towers and cut-off control
      • Spiral brush dampening
      • Slot plate cylinders with stubby journals for .012″ plates (two pins per cylinder)
      • Reel rod blanket cylinders with bearers
      • AWS oil coolers
      • Low oil warning
      • Motorized ink fountain rollers
      • QTI ultrasonic web detection
      • Central grease lubrication blocks for operator side
      • Transparent gear side covers
      • Modern Magnum-style operator side covers with interlocked guards
  • One (1) Universal folder with lower former, upper former, third former and side former
  • One (1) Universal folder with quarter folder, lower former and upper former
    • Folders both with:
      • 12 webs over lower former boards
      • Upper former rated at 6 webs
      • Third former rated at 4 webs
      • Side former rated at 3 webs
      • 1:3:3 jaw for tabloids and broadsheets
      • Two (2) sets of nips
      • One (1) around cutting cylinder
      • Three (3) around folding cylinder
      • Three (3) around jaw cylinder
      • Manual lap adjustment on the fly
      • Quick folding cylinder diameter changeover at stand still
      • Manual pin cam adjustment at stand still
      • Six (6) blade reverse delivery fly system
      • Electro-pneumatic clutch with overload protection
      • Automatic gear lubrication with low oil detection
      • Designed for 12 webs maximum
      • RTF with adjustment gain
      • Driven draw rollers for 12 webs (F-1)
      • Driven draw rollers for 11 webs (F-2)
      • Chrome-plated air formers with blower
      • Friction-driven pneumatically activated tabloid slitter
      • Trolleys with manual throw offs
  • Eighteen (18) MEGTEC DLP 1000-40  matched-speed flying splicers
    • Two (2) single splicers and eight (8) tandem sets, with:
      • Tandum sets have motorized web over assemblies
      • 50″ diameter maximum
      • Core breaking, programmable controller, local and remote push buttons, manual arm positioning, internal motorized web, remote sidelay and remote tension
      • Remote panel for “selectability”
  • Ten (10) MEGTEC pit-mounted angle bar assemblies
    • Two (2) single web and eight (8) two-web angle bars with blowers
  • Six (6) Allen Bradley drive systems recently upgrades by Harland Simon
  • Six (6) between-unit drive assemblies for motor placement between footprints
  • Two (2) free-standing manroland Goss operator consoles at 123″ for F-1
  • Two (2) Harland Simon control consoles with 6000 panel for F-1
  • Two (2) free-standing manroland Goss operator consoles at 99″ for F-2
  • Two (2) Harland Simon control consoles with 6000 panel for F-2
  • Red/Green safe-ready lights throughout the press
  • Eight (8) Jardis J-150 infeeds for four highs
  • Outfeed modules for tension control of four highs
  • Full page motorized compensators mounted in stacks at folder locations
  • Dover tension rollers mounted at compensators with remote read out
  • Fifteen (15) pneumatic driveline clutches for “selectability”
  • Eight (8) footprint inch motors with gear boxes
  • Continuous platforming, railing and stairs for all levels
  • QTI web severers
  • Two (2) BEK water systems with one auto mixer
  • BEK auto max ink levelers
  • Forty-two (42) AWS manroland Goss oil coolers with heat exchangers and temperature control
  • One (1) AWS 40 ton chiller with back-up pump and twin 20 HP compressors
  • NAMA air bustle systems at towers
  • All related and associated parts and accessories and auxiliaries
  • All connecting and spare parts
  • All manuals, schematics and maintenance logs
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