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The SV-360 finds its perfect use in terms of fully automatic numbering and coding on pre-printed individual sheets and NCR form sets, event tickets, gift vouchers, certificates etc. but also on high-security documents like bank drafts, cheques, visa and other ID related documents. Due to its modular construction, the machine can be extended by retrofitting with increasing demand with further numbering and hologram heads as well as label dispensers, also at any later date. An optional paper tractor system additionally allows the processing of continuous forms and sheet-fed on the same system. Numbering and imprinting heads of the series Radus SU In combination with the numbering heads of the SU series, numberings in Gothic, CMC 7, E13B and OCR as well as barcode, signatures and logos can be printed. A printing head change is possible within minutes. SU1 Whenever simple numbering is required, the SU1 numbering head, proven thousands of times in use, can demonstrate its performance. With the extremely low printing costs, it is unrivalled in its field of application. Oil-based stamping inks are used for printing on absorbent materials made from paper. Used in combination with steel rotary numbering machines, the controllable pressure setting of the SU printing heads provides easy crash numbering of NCR form sets. SU2 / SU2-CRN With the sophisticated letterpress inking unit, the SU2 numbering head is an impressive direct development of the tried- and-tested SU1. This allows the imprinting of high-quality Gothic and OCR numbering, as well as barcode, in all types of document. Optionally, the numbering head SU2 is also available as Computerized CRN variant. (Computer Random Numbering) SU4 The SU4 numbering head was developed for numbering and coding using special carbon ribbons. The ink on a carrier film is transferred cold, directly to the paper, using pressure from the numbering unit. The numbering head processes carbon ribbons for OCR and MICR numbering, as well as black ribbons with additional security features, such as UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through. Replacing the rotary numbering machine with magnetic print blocks enables the imprinting of signatures and logos. Feeding Systems Various feeder and delivery systems are available, tailored to the production volumes. A vacuum rotation feeder unit is used for small to medium press runs, which pulls sheets in formats of up to 520mm x 650mm from below. The magazine capacity is naturally limited in this case but the feeder can be refilled whilst the machine is running. The processed sheets are delivered into a suitable jogger. The accurately stacked sheets can be removed during operation for further finishing. Autonomous times Pile feeders and pile delivery systems can be used for large press runs and for long periods of autonomous operation; these are equipped with electrically driven stacker platforms that can be raised and lowered, each with a magazine capacity of 650 mm. Due to their maximum paper format of 520mm x 750mm, these also support the classic B2 sheets. Like the system's upgrade facility, the pile feeder and pile delivery can also be retrofitted at any time. Operating process After sheet separation with double-sheet inspection, the sheet is drawn to a zero line in an aligning station and passed to the vakuum transport of the work station. Here, one or two SU heads can be used. The sheet is moved under the numbering heads and stopped at the required position; numbering then takes place. The operator selects whether one or both heads are used for numbering at the position. After numbering, the sheet is moved to the next position. In this way, each sheet can be numbered in 25 freely-selectable positions, e.g. for tickets, cheques or tax labels arrange d one above the other. The completed sheets are passed to the stacker; during this time a new sheet arrives at the work station ready aligned in order to guarantee continuous production.
RADUS SV-360 / SU

Numbering and Coding System

SPECIFICATIONS
Functions / Features • Transport for individual sheets • Additional transport for continuous forms (optional) • Rotary numbering maschines, standard and customized • CRN numbering machine for SU2 with Letterpress (optional) • Crash numbering for NCR form sets • Expandability with labeling and hologram application • Optional deep pile feeder and delivery - 650mm height Basic Model SV-360 with SU Numbering Heads Controlling Microprocessor Operation Fully automatic / intermittent Controll desk Display and keyboard Transport system Form width  Sheet-fed up to 520mm Continuous forms up to 550mm incl. sprocket holes Form length  Sheet-fed up to 750mm with pile feeder Continuous up to 33” forms Paper weight 70 - 500g/m² sheet-fed  (up to 1.0mm) 40 - 200g/m² continuous forms max. 400g/m² continuous form sets
Numbering and Imprinting Heads SU-Series SU1 Print head for stamp inks, oil-based Print carrier Rotaty numbering machines of steel Fonts e.g. gothic as well as custom engravings SU2 Print head for letterpress inks, security printing inks Print carrier Rotary barcode / numbering machines of steel / opt. pre-inker Fonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, barcode, text and Logos SU4 Print head for carbon ribbons, single and multi strike, optional with MICR, UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through, other ribbons on request Print carrier Rotary numbering machines of steel or part carrierFonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, E13 B, CMC7, text and logos Connections Electrical con.  single phase 220-240V, 50/60Hz, 110V optional Dimensions Length 2700mm x depth 800mm x height 1500mm Weight approx. 550kg (depending on configuration) Performance  Sheet-fed up to 15.000 numberings/h per SU-head Continuous forms up to 16.500 numberings/h per SU-head
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Sheet-Fed & Continuous Forms

Smart and Innovative Solutions for the Security Printing Industry

 2017 Arnold Herzig GmbH  Germany  All rights reserved
Smart and Innovative Solutions - since 1964 
Arnold Herzig GmbH
De
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Contact Contact Company Company Home Home Imprint Imprint
The SV-360 finds its perfect use in terms of fully automatic numbering and coding on pre-printed individual sheets and NCR form sets, event tickets, gift vouchers, certificates etc. but also on high- security documents like bank drafts, cheques, visa and other ID related documents. Due to its modular construction, the machine can be extended by retrofitting with increasing demand with further numbering and hologram heads as well as label dispensers, also at any later date. An optional paper tractor system additionally allows the processing of continuous forms and sheet-fed on the same system. Numbering and imprinting heads of the series Radus SU In combination with the numbering heads of the SU series, numberings in Gothic, CMC 7, E13B and OCR as well as barcode, signatures and logos can be printed. A printing head change is possible within minutes. SU1 Whenever simple numbering is required, the SU1 numbering head, proven thousands of times in use, can demonstrate its performance. With the extremely low printing costs, it is unrivalled in its field of application. Oil-based stamping inks are used for printing on absorbent materials made from paper. Used in combination with steel rotary numbering machines, the controllable pressure setting of the SU printing heads provides easy crash numbering of NCR form sets. SU2 / SU2-CRN With the sophisticated letterpress inking unit, the SU2 numbering head is an impressive direct development of the tried-and-tested SU1. This allows the imprinting of high-quality Gothic and OCR numbering, as well as barcode, in all types of document. Optionally, the numbering head SU2 is also available as Computerized CRN variant. (Computer Random Numbering) SU4 The SU4 numbering head was developed for numbering and coding using special carbon ribbons. The ink on a carrier film is transferred cold, directly to the paper, using pressure from the numbering unit. The numbering head processes carbon ribbons for OCR and MICR numbering, as well as black ribbons with additional security features, such as UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through. Replacing the rotary numbering machine with magnetic print blocks enables the imprinting of signatures and logos. Feeding Systems Various feeder and delivery systems are available, tailored to the production volumes. A vacuum rotation feeder unit is used for small to medium press runs, which pulls sheets in formats of up to 520mm x 650mm from below. The magazine capacity is naturally limited in this case but the feeder can be refilled whilst the machine is running. The processed sheets are delivered into a suitable jogger. The accurately stacked sheets can be removed during operation for further finishing. Autonomous times Pile feeders and pile delivery systems can be used for large press runs and for long periods of autonomous operation; these are equipped with electrically driven stacker platforms that can be raised and lowered, each with a magazine capacity of 650 mm. Due to their maximum paper format of 520mm x 750mm, these also support the classic B2 sheets. Like the system's upgrade facility, the pile feeder and pile delivery can also be retrofitted at any time. Operating process After sheet separation with double-sheet inspection, the sheet is drawn to a zero line in an aligning station and passed to the vakuum transport of the work station. Here, one or two SU heads can be used. The sheet is moved under the numbering heads and stopped at the required position; numbering then takes place. The operator selects whether one or both heads are used for numbering at the position. After numbering, the sheet is moved to the next position. In this way, each sheet can be numbered in 25 freely-selectable positions, e.g. for tickets, cheques or tax labels arrange d one above the other. The completed sheets are passed to the stacker; during this time a new sheet arrives at the work station ready aligned in order to guarantee continuous production.
RADUS SV-360 / SU

Numbering and Coding System

SPECIFICATIONS
Functions / Features • Transport for individual sheets • Additional transport for continuous forms (optional) • Rotary numbering maschines, standard and customized • CRN numbering machine for SU2 with Letterpress (optional) • Crash numbering for NCR form sets • Expandability with labeling and hologram application • Optional deep pile feeder and delivery - 650mm height Basic Model SV-360 with SU Numbering Heads Controlling Microprocessor Operation Fully automatic / intermittent Controll desk Display and keyboard Transport system Form width  Sheet-fed up to 520mm Continuous forms up to 550mm incl. sprocket holes Form length  Sheet-fed up to 750mm with pile feeder Continuous up to 33” forms Paper weight 70 - 500g/m² sheet-fed  (up to 1.0mm) 40 - 200g/m² continuous forms max. 400g/m² continuous form sets
Numbering and Imprinting Heads SU-Series SU1 Print head for stamp inks, oil-based Print carrier Rotaty numbering machines of steel Fonts e.g. gothic as well as custom engravings SU2 Print head for letterpress inks, security printing inks Print carrier Rotary barcode / numbering machines of steel / opt. pre-inker Fonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, barcode, text and Logos SU4 Print head for carbon ribbons, single and multi strike, optional with MICR, UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through, other ribbons on request Print carrier Rotary numbering machines of steel or part carrierFonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, E13 B, CMC7, text and logos Connections Electrical con.  single phase 220-240V, 50/60Hz, 110V optional Dimensions Length 2700mm x depth 800mm x height 1500mm Weight approx. 550kg (depending on configuration) Performance  Sheet-fed up to 15.000 numberings/h per SU-head Continuous forms up to 16.500 numberings/h per SU-head
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Sheet-Fed & Continuous Forms

Smart and Innovative Solutions for the Security Printing Industry

 2017 Arnold Herzig GmbH   Germany - All rights reserved
Smart and Innovative Solutions - seit 1964 
Arnold Herzig GmbH
En
De
Contact Contact Company Company Home Home Imprint Imprint
The SV-360 finds its perfect use in terms of fully automatic numbering and coding on pre-printed individual sheets and NCR form sets, event tickets, gift vouchers, certificates etc. but also on high-security documents like bank drafts, cheques, visa and other ID related documents. Due to its modular construction, the machine can be extended by retrofitting with increasing demand with further numbering and hologram heads as well as label dispensers, also at any later date. An optional paper tractor system additionally allows the processing of continuous forms and sheet-fed on the same system. Numbering and imprinting heads of the series Radus SU In combination with the numbering heads of the SU series, numberings in Gothic, CMC 7, E13B and OCR as well as barcode, signatures and logos can be printed. A printing head change is possible within minutes. SU1 Whenever simple numbering is required, the SU1 numbering head, proven thousands of times in use, can demonstrate its performance. With the extremely low printing costs, it is unrivalled in its field of application. Oil- based stamping inks are used for printing on absorbent materials made from paper. Used in combination with steel rotary numbering machines, the controllable pressure setting of the SU printing heads provides easy crash numbering of NCR form sets. SU2 / SU2-CRN With the sophisticated letterpress inking unit, the SU2 numbering head is an impressive direct development of the tried-and-tested SU1. This allows the imprinting of high-quality Gothic and OCR numbering, as well as barcode, in all types of document. Optionally, the numbering head SU2 is also available as Computerized CRN variant. (Computer Random Numbering) SU4 The SU4 numbering head was developed for numbering and coding using special carbon ribbons. The ink on a carrier film is transferred cold, directly to the paper, using pressure from the numbering unit. The numbering head processes carbon ribbons for OCR and MICR numbering, as well as black ribbons with additional security features, such as UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through. Replacing the rotary numbering machine with magnetic print blocks enables the imprinting of signatures and logos. Feeding Systems Various feeder and delivery systems are available, tailored to the production volumes. A vacuum rotation feeder unit is used for small to medium press runs, which pulls sheets in formats of up to 520mm x 650mm from below. The magazine capacity is naturally limited in this case but the feeder can be refilled whilst the machine is running. The processed sheets are delivered into a suitable jogger. The accurately stacked sheets can be removed during operation for further finishing. Autonomous times Pile feeders and pile delivery systems can be used for large press runs and for long periods of autonomous operation; these are equipped with electrically driven stacker platforms that can be raised and lowered, each with a magazine capacity of 650 mm. Due to their maximum paper format of 520mm x 750mm, these also support the classic B2 sheets. Like the system's upgrade facility, the pile feeder and pile delivery can also be retrofitted at any time. Operating process After sheet separation with double-sheet inspection, the sheet is drawn to a zero line in an aligning station and passed to the vakuum transport of the work station. Here, one or two SU heads can be used. The sheet is moved under the numbering heads and stopped at the required position; numbering then takes place. The operator selects whether one or both heads are used for numbering at the position. After numbering, the sheet is moved to the next position. In this way, each sheet can be numbered in 25 freely-selectable positions, e.g. for tickets, cheques or tax labels arrange d one above the other. The completed sheets are passed to the stacker; during this time a new sheet arrives at the work station ready aligned in order to guarantee continuous production.
RADUS SV-360 / SU

Numbering and Coding

System

SPECIFICATIONS
Functions / Features • Transport for individual sheets • Additional transport for continuous forms (optional) • Rotary numbering maschines, standard and customized • CRN numbering machine for SU2 with Letterpress (optional) • Crash numbering for NCR form sets • Expandability with labeling and hologram application • Optional deep pile feeder and delivery - 650mm height Basic Model SV-360 with SU Numbering Heads Controlling Microprocessor Operation Fully automatic / intermittent Controll desk Display and keyboard Transport system Form width  Sheet-fed up to 520mm Continuous forms up to 550mm incl. sprocket holes Form length  Sheet-fed up to 750mm with pile feeder Continuous up to 33” forms Paper weight 70 - 500g/m² sheet-fed  (up to 1.0mm) 40 - 200g/m² continuous forms max. 400g/m² continuous form sets
Numbering and Imprinting Heads SU-Series SU1 Print head for stamp inks, oil-based Print carrier Rotaty numbering machines of steel Fonts e.g. gothic as well as custom engravings SU2 Print head for letterpress inks, security printing inks Print carrier Rotary barcode / numbering machines of steel / opt. pre-inker Fonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, barcode, text and Logos SU4 Print head for carbon ribbons, single and multi strike, optional with MICR, UV fluorescence yellow / green and indelible red ink penetration - bleed through, other ribbons on request Print carrier Rotary numbering machines of steel or part carrierFonts e.g. gothic, OCR-A, OCR-B, E13 B, CMC7, text and logos Connections Electrical con.  single phase 220-240V, 50/60Hz, 110V optional Dimensions Length 2700mm x depth 800mm x height 1500mm Weight approx. 550kg (depending on configuration) Performance  Sheet-fed up to 15.000 numberings/h per SU-head Continuous forms up to 16.500 numberings/h per SU-head
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Sheet-Fed & Continuous Forms

Smart and Innovative Solutions for the Security Printing Industry