We have successfully installed Precision Anilox Systems on the following coaters:
Crabtree (F1 and FastReady)
Below are some examples of approximate savings when utilizing the JMT Precision Anilox System (consistency across the sheet) versus a Conventional Fountain Roller System (inconsistency across the sheet):
Typical Size coating 2-5 mgs/4sq in = 40% coating savings
Typical Laquer coating 10-15 mgs/4sq in. = 18% coating savings
Typical White coating 35 mgs/4sq in. = 15% coating savings
Typical Varnish coating 14-18 mgs/4sq in. = 18% coating savings
Can be easily retrofit to existing machines and requires little maintenance.
A reduction in V.O.C.'s as it is a completely enclosed system.
No adjustments are necessary after initial set up.
Our system employs positive stops, which allow operators to bring the cavity to the same, exact doctoring position every time. This is particularly useful to prevent operator error, especially on continuous shift operation.
Provides consistent metering.
Prevents over-adjustment at the cavity into expensive Anilox or gravure rolls, which is common with some systems.
Involves less coating waste.
Is not speed sensitive.
Provides an accurate blade tangency angle at all times.
Results in consistently the best doctoring possible.
Our service technicians are highly qualified and are available on short notice.
The system eliminates the need for high volume trays or pans as the material is fed and returned directly into the holding reservoir. this significantly reduces change over and wash up time.
There is less coating waste as the chamber holds less.
The system can provide a split cavity for multi coating operation. (two or more coatings can be produced simultaneously on the same sheet).
Quick change over of the Anilox roller.
The chambered doctor blade can be inter-changed without adjustments.