LR PRODUCTS SINCROCLEAN
YOUR CLEANING LADY ON STEROIDS
Constant flow gear pumps that follows the speed of the press and ink consumption
Reversible ink and cleaning dual pump system
Eliminates pump pulsation
On-demand flow regulation
100% control over the inking and cleaning functions
Eliminates ink foaming
Savings in compressed air with rapid ROI
SINCROCLEAN Ink Management System with electric pumps
Combined savings in press downtime, ink, solvent and compressed air all make this a no brainer.
IMPROVE PERFORMANCE OF YOUR EXISTING FLEXO PRESS OR LET US ADD IT TO YOUR NEW FLEXO PRESS WITH PERFORMANCE guarantees.
AUTOMATIC INK PUMPING AND ON-PRESS WASH UP SYSTEM WITH ELECTRONIC FLOW REGULATION
The lr.products sincroclean system gives the operator the ability to control the ﬂow of ink and cleaning solution through the closed chamber system under full control. It provides independent regulation for the ink suction return vs. the ink delivery ﬂow, as well as the ink ﬂow variations as required due to the press speed and ink consumption.
Testimonial: Polystar invests in six Sincroclean systems
Emballages Polystar Inc of Montreal, QC is so confident using our technology, they have purchased six Sincroclean Systems for their existing and new flexo presses.
A true, fully-automatic inking and wash-up systems for new or existing Flexo Presses that increases output, reduces operating costs and downtime.
Custom configurations can be tailored to remove “dark zones” of ink waste
Sincroclean® controls the flow of ink at each color station through the enclosed chamber doctor blade according to press speed and ink consumption. Sincroclean® uses dual electric pumps for each color station to control the flow and includes a recirculation feature to conserve cleaning solution during the wash up cycles.
The savings in cleaning solutions and compressed air alone can give you a ROI in less than a year.
Sincroclean® reduces air mixing in the ink in the chamber which can cause anilox cell starvation.
Sincroclean® controls the flow of ink at each individual color station through the enclosed chamber doctor blade according to press speed and ink consumption.
It controls the flow of the cleaning solution during the cleaning cycle for cleaning the anilox, enclosed chamber, ink hoses, ink pumps and entire system for the next color change without contamination.
Reduction in solvent or cleaning solutions by using between 1.5 to 2 gallons of solution per deck for cleaning because of a recirculation and variable speed feature to conserve cleaning solution during the wash up cycles.
Not only is the pressure controlled but the cycle time can be chosen by the operator.
The new constant/controlled flow pumps not only eliminate pulsation, but dampen down pressure that can cause ink leaks.
Example of using electric motors instead of pneumatics the savings in compressed air consumption can give you a ROI in less than a year in energy savings. Savings can vary from plant to plant depending on many factors.
For Solvent base inks the addition of a viscosity and temperature control system the ink density plus viscosity is controlled automatically and evaporation is under better control. For extended gamut printing this becomes an important factor to maintain color.