Daetwyler Develops Enclosed Chamber Test Machine
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C .—The Max Daetwyler Corporation has developed an enclosed chamber test machine used for the research, development, and testing of steel and plastic doctor blades, end seals, cleaning chemistries, inking system magnets, and filters. This test machine can simulate the conditions on a flexo press to help to facilitate and promote products that will improve printing processes while replicating results seen in the actual pressroom.
Keeping up with the demand for higher graphics and specialty printing, longer lasting doctor blades and end seals play an important role in the printing process. The new MDC Enclosed Chamber Test machine gives Daetwyler the ability to research and test new materials for end seals that will last longer and perform better, as well as help to determine doctor blade life and wear based on the application. The ability to also test new cleaning chemistries on a variety of inks will lead to improved pressroom performance for cleaning rollers and presses.
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