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Inspect to Reduce Downtime Then Verify Results

on Oct 20, 2017 in How-To Tips

Could You Be Having a More Productive Morning Without Having Another Cup of Coffee?  Review these tips and take action! Better teamwork starts with a better understanding of how to use our FlexoWash technology to your advantage.
Think about it. You know that plugged anilox cells create conditions that reduce the effective volume of the cells, increase surface tension and result in inconsistent print, unnecessary downtime and waste.
Without including a proper inspection step along with your cleaning process, you really don’t know if your anilox cells are deep cleaned or if damage is present.
So, what does an inspection process look like? We recommend using at least a light scope of a minimum 400+ magnification for a visual inspection / examination.
After every cleaning, we also recommend the use of a digital scope for inspection and measurement. A digital scope will measure cell wall, cell opening and cell geometry (i.e. angle).
Do you have the tools to identify ink plugging, roll wear, or cell damage?
UseThe E-Z Precision Digital Flexoscope
The E-Z Precision Digital FlexoScope features:
  • The E-Z Scope provides high quality magnification ideal for inspecting 250LS-1500LS Anilox Rolls, print, and printing plates
  • Quick Focus Adjustment
  • High Speed USB 2.0 Interface
  • PC Software Included (*laptop/desktop required for use)
  • Measures cell wall (um), cell opening (um) and cell geometry (angle), and
  • Capture and save images for future wear reference

Call for details or more information at 1-888-493-5396

Need a quick and easy tool to identify ink plugging, roll wear or cell damage?
How about a Handheld TRM C-Series 400x Microscope available through Flexo Wash?
A one-step microscope for anilox inspection!!
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