Plug-n-Play AC Actuator Solves Failing Ink Key Problem


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Harris, Heidelberg & Goss Presses Affected by Failing Ink Keys Are Restored with Brand New Drop-In, Plug & Play AC Actuator

Failing Ink Keys—the most common problem affecting press ink control systems is actuator burn-out. The situation has worsened due to a dwindling supply of old & refurbished actuator units for Telecolor I & II, CPTronic, and Omnicon ink control consoles that shipped with most Harris, Heidelberg & Goss offset presses.

Essex Products Group (EPG)—a developer of ink control systems, components and ink pre-setting & closed loop color software, also the firm that designed the original actuator for Harris—announces the immediate availability of their EPG AC Actuator.

The EPG AC Actuator is a drop-in, plug & play by the customer—affordable replacement for the obsolete original ink key actuator for the above mentioned units.

The EPG AC Actuator, available now, includes a 2-year warranty. For more information, contact EPG at +1 267 261 3003 or +1 800-394-7130, or for fastest response, email

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