Following a roller wash trial at a large magazine printer by press instructor Neil Collier. Neil reported...
The customers current set up would mean that the minders, before doing a blanket wash would have to:
The wash up tanks were emptied and replaced with Saphira Wah 562; the water tank was also cleaned out due to bacterial build up. The water tank was then filled with a mix of water, 5% Saphira water fix and water purification tablets.
The wash program was left on the intensive wash to ensure that the wash and water would be pulled through the pipework sufficiently and to do a like for like test.
Once they got running from job to job the operator commented that the blankets after a wash were immediately dryer than previous. It was decided to drop the de-inking of the blankets but left the wash on intensive, also there was no need to prime the wash system before commencing with a blanket wash.
Once the job was started the waste going into the bin was significantly reduced to between 15 and 25 sheets. The operator checked a few sections and he commented that he would sell sheet 11 or 12.
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