|A number of key factors must be present to meet the demands of today’s pressrooms. Explorer Pressroom Solutions ® recognizes these demands and embraces the opportunity to help you with your pressroom needs. We offer high quality printing blankets that provide a great range of versatility and manufacture advanced pressroom chemistry that will help increase your pressroom’s efficiency and productivity, while reducing your environmental impact.
Explorer Pressroom Solutions ® is an authorized distributor and converter of Day Brasil’s Printec Printing and Coating Blankets. For over 20 years, Printec has manufactured lithographic blankets for offset printing with the highest quality. The Printec plant is among the four largest blanket factories in the world and its controlled manufacturing processes guarantee products with superior performance that are suitable for several applications including, but not limited to:
- Conventional and Compressible Blankets for Sheetfed and Web
- Plastic Printing
All blankets, with the exception of a few specialty styles, are converted in-house to customer specifications.
Whether you are looking to comply with existing or future environmental regulations, or are proactively working to reduce your facility’s environmental footprint through the use of more sustainable pressroom chemistry, Explorer Pressroom Solutions ® can help.
Explorer Pressroom Solutions ® offers a Sustainable Series
of products that satisfy the Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) requirements established by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD). These VOC regulations are currently the most stringent regulations in the United States, and are scheduled to expand to include all of California within the next two years.
Current VOC requirements of the SCAQMD’s Rule 1171.
Cities in South Coast AQMD's Jurisdiction
VOC requirements for other parts of California.
In addition to complying with the SCAQMD’s VOC regulations, our Sustainable Series
of products meet or exceed health and safety requirements established by California Proposition 65, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the National Toxicology Program (NTP), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and SARA 313.