Recyl celebrates its 30 years at LabelExpo.

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Quick’Wash CLICHÉ

Quick’Wash Cliché: special cleaning product for plates

The new cleaning product Quick’Wash Cliché is specially adapted to clean all plates tarnished with solvent-based inks, primarily used in the flexible packaging market.

Quick’Wash Cliché is a smart combination of chemicals with a high cleaning power allowing to cover a very wide spectrum of either fresh or dry solvent-based inks: its high cleaning efficiency on plates is combined with its compatibility for use in food packaging).

Cliche-CleanerQuick’Wash Cliché is the perfect fit for use with our
CLICHÉ CLEANER machine range, which comes into 7 models
for different widths of plates, adapted to the various needs
of printers in the narrow, mid and wide-web markets.

 

 

 

Quick’Wash Cliché can also be used manually on or off printing machine.
Our product is available in drums of 20 L, 220 L or 1000 L.
It is a non-corrosive product and is not classified as a dangerous good for transportation.

For any further information, feel free to contact us.

New ultrasonic machine NW-1 for Anilox

Ultrasound cleaning machine NextWave MW-1
for Mid Web & Wide Web

Following the success of its NextWave NW anilox cleaning machine, designed for Narrow Web, with ultrasonic technology, Recyl has expanded its range to meet the needs of Mid and Wide Web printers.

It was at the All4Pack exhibition in Paris last November that Recyl has unveiled its new prototype: the NextWave MW-1 (Mid Web, 1 cylinder cleaned), designed for the widest widths (1800 mm).

Like the small model, the NextWave MW-1 machine incorporates inside the NexTgen ultrasonic generators from the French firm SinapTec.

This technology, used in conjunction with the Recyl W200 cleaning product (market reference), allows fast and thorough anilox cleaning by optimally combining the chemical and mechanical actions of ultrasonic waves

The MW-1 machine has the particularity of ensuring automatic cleaning, rinsing and drying, WITHOUT handling of the cylinder between the different phases

While conventional solutions require the operator to move the cylinder from an ultrasonic cleaning bath to a rinsing bath (and generally do not offer drying, or manual drying), the NextWave MW1 completely frees the operator during the entire cleaning/rinsing/drying process and allows him to concentrate on more productive tasks.

For any further information or receive a technical brochure, feel free to contact us.

 

 

 

Simplex Big 2200 & ASC-3000

Recyl in Poland

Recyl in Poland

Recyl recently installed two of its largest flexographic equipment cleaning machines at Masterpress in Poland, a leading printer specializing in high-quality shrink sleeves and self-adhesive labels.

Parts cleaning in Simplex Big 2200The Recyl Simplex Big 2200, with its high capacity, allows to clean a large number of parts easily positioned on a 2-meter diameter tray with the help of an external trolley.

The parts are then sprayed with high pressure with the specially selected cleaning chemical, rinsed and dried with hot air.

A two-tank system allows to clearly separate the cleaning product and the rinsing water, for re-use during multiple cleaning cycles.

 

To clean anilox rollers, a special version of the Recyl Anilox Spray Cleaner 3000 has been designed to meet the specific requirements of Masterpress to clean, rinse and dry six rollers at the same time.

Anilox cleaning in Anilox Spray Cleaner 3000The cleaning chemical is first sprayed on the rollers in rotation, which are then rinsed with water under high pressure to combine mechanical and chemical actions, and finally dried.

 

These installations were carried out with the strong support of Recyl’s partner P.U. GRAW, key supplier of flexographic equipment in Poland.

Recyl helps to fight cancer…

…and runs the 2017 New York City Marathon!

Recyl is proud to inform you that it recently supported the American Cancer Society in its relentless efforts to free the world from cancer. This support is a tiny drop, helping to get closer to what’s needed to fund and conduct research, share expert information and spread the word about prevention.

This support allowed Jean-Baptiste, eldest son of Charlotte & Olivier Goualard, to participate to the 2017 New York City Marathon, which took place on November 5.

The demand to participate to this world-famous race is enormous, and raising funds for a Charity association is the preferred method chosen by the race organization to select the 50’000 + runners.

 

Olivier Goualard explains:

“The choice of supporting the American Cancer Society was a family decision, as it appeared to us that it was one of the most universal causes to help, as this disease strikes old and young, rich and poor. All of us know somebody who suffers or suffered from cancer.

The marathon carries many of Recyl values: hard work, positive attitude, perseverance, accountability, integrity, passion and resilience. Recyl was proud to associate its name to this race and to support the American Cancer Association. Today, we are simply happy to share this information with our partners.”

Jean-Baptiste at km 30
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