In our range of special anilox cleaners, Ibeslab-QS we can choose the degree of viscosity (liquid or gel), chemical solvent composition or aqueous composition, type of application (brush, dip or spray), manual or automatic application equipment .
For cleaning the anilox cylinders we can define two scenes depending on the status of the ink to clean: liquid ink or polymerised ink.
Depending on the type of UV resin itself, water-based or solvent-based, we can choose the most efficient cleaner, being able to choose in all cases water based products, alcohol or solvent
In this case is required more aggressive special products, which have the ability to penetrate into the alveoli and removing the solid waste
Our technicians recommend the right product for every need, according to your process and requirements.
Yes, our Ibeslab QS anilox cleaners, both for manual cleaning and in automatic equipment, are multi-purpose for water-based, solvent-based and UV inks.
After observing the recommendations in the Technical Data Sheet, we suggest applying it with the Ibeslab QS428 sponge or with a brush with stainless steel wire bristles for ceramic cylinders and with brass bristles for metal flexo or hollow cylinders.
Yes, to ensure a good ink dosage, without ups and downs, it is necessary to implement a maintenance plan that eliminates the ink residues that accumulate in the anilox socket. Otherwise, we will lose colour intensity over time and we will have colourimetry problems when repeating jobs.
No, any of the current techniques for deep cleaning of the anilox can recover the initial volume of the anilox if it is well applied. In the case of laser cleaning, it requires a good calibration of the equipment and handling by a specialist in order not to damage the ceramic.