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    Wash Cloths

    By PCS 4 años ago

    Press-room Consumables | Plate & Blanket | Wash Cloths

    Durawipe

    The range of DURAWIPE Wash Up Cloth for automatic blanket cleaning has been developed to optimise product effectiveness whilst keeping the break from production to a minimum.

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    Blanket Wash Cloths
    APPLICATION

    Blanket Wash Cloth for automatic press cleaning systems.
    The DURAWIPE product is made from high QUALITY non woven cloth of polyester fibres (45%) and woodpulp (55%).

    RANGE

    Available in 3 formats:

    1. Jumbo Rolls – 500 metres in length, made in standard widths to suit press model.
    2. Dry mini rolls – made in standard sizes per press model. Suitable for all popular press models including Heidelberg and Komori.
    3. Wet mini rolls – unique sealed mini rolls including chemical for all popular make including KBA, Mitsubishi and Ryobi.
    QUALITY

    Non-woven and spun laced fabric which has been especially developed to keep presses running effectively and efficiently.
    High absorbency and low linting qualities, removing inks and solvents from the blanket quickly and completely.
    Superior wet strength compared to inferior cloths means that presses can deliver high QUALITY work and improvements on productivity.
    Both blue and white cloth with density of 68 GSM.

    AVAILABILITY

    Extensive Jumbo/Dry Mini Rolls and Wet Mini Rolls ex-stock.
    Towel Cloth Rewinders in either the motorised or manual version. This method of preparing small rolls can make up to 50% saving on cost of cloth and inventory control.
    Custom sizes can be ordered just provide the dimensions according to the following diagram.

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