With the changes on the printing market in recent years, today's ink and varnish systems must meet higher standards and more diverse requirements than ever before. This means that cleaning requirements for ink-carrying components that are removed from the press after a job change are increasing as well. And because print runs are becoming shorter, necessitating frequent job changes, there are also more parts that need to be washed. That is why the efficient cleaning of anilox rollers, impression cylinders and press parts is becoming an increasingly important part of the process chain in print shops.
What do you want to clean?
In order to determine which washing machine will be most effective in your application, we need to know what type of parts, and how many of them, you want to clean, if the parts are lightly or heavily soiled, the size of the washing room etc.