Our equipment facilitates the handling and cleaning of screen printing screens with comfort and safety.
The stencil wash-up pile is manufactured on request, in the appropriate size for the maximum external format used in screen printing presses.
It is made of stainless steel or PVC, to offer resistance to the chemical products used in the process of degreasing and recovering the fabric. It has an interior support for the support of the frames. Optionally, it incorporates a back light for inspection of the emulsion during the developing and final finishing process.
The basin has water inlets with a gun for its application and a base with decantation and drainage.
In the lower part there is a tray for the storage of auxiliary material.
This equipment provides a special area for the manual washing of ink on screens, squeegees and other printing tools. It consists of an area of 1510 x 650 mm where the screen can be comfortably placed and handled.
A closed circuit drives the cleaner through a brush, making it easy for the operator to remove ink residues. It is fitted with an air blow gun and a vapour outlet to create a safe environment.
This equipment is manufactured on customer’s request, adjusting the dimensions and operation to the size of the screen printing screens and their production needs.
A system of spray nozzles is used to apply the cleaners that dilute and wash away the ink residues. A decantation system separates the waste to reuse the cleaner in a closed circuit.
The washer can be fitted with a solvent distiller to reduce product consumption.
This equipment is designed for the washing and drying of stencils in high production industrial workshops and is suitable for all ink systems.
It is recommended to use the cleaners of the Ibeslab range which have a flash point above 40º.
Yes, of course you can. They are recommended because they are more environmentally friendly and their consumption due to evaporation losses is lower.
If the inks to be cleaned are water-based, yes, but if they are solvent-based, the machine should be designed with a double circuit to be used alternately.
Yes, it has a yellow light for the emulsion process and a white light for the final inspection and washing/developing stages.
Yes, it must be checked that they do not contain any ingredients that could attack the fabric or adhesive of the screens, or that are incompatible with the components of the equipment and safety.