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Ryonet Offers Screen Reclaiming Chemical Recirculation System Video
Ryonet Corp., Vancouver, Wash., has released a video focusing on its Sgreen chemical recirculation system for screen printing.
The company touts the Sgreen system as a fast, effective alternative to traditional ink removal from squeegees, ink knives, screens, etc., that also reduces consumable spending.
A step-by-step demonstration of the process, shown above, introduces viewers to the system and how it works, while highlighting its benefits. It shows how this concept uses low air pressure with no electricity to make cleaning off plastisols quick and convenient. It collects and filters the used chemistry for storage, settling and reuse — and ultimately disposal — of no-longer-recyclable, ink-filled solution.
Viewers also will learn about setup options and maintenance, and the advantages the system offers in terms of the environment, working conditions and your bottom line. Tips and techniques for optimizing the process, results and return on investment also are included. — J.L.
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