M&R’s Eco-Rinse automates the tedious process of rinsing exposed screens while ensuring consistency and reducing the chance of unintentionally blowing out exposed images. Manually-processed screens often require follow-up rinsing because of incomplete or inadequate processing due to operator fatigue, boredom, or inadequate training. Processing can also vary from one operator to the next. Those problems are eliminated with the consistent screen rinsing available with the Eco-Rinse automatic screen rinsing system. In addition to consistent results, the balanced pressure and even application provided by simultaneous sprays from both sides of the screen maintain screen tension and extend screen life. And since Eco-Rinse processes screens so quickly, per-screen labor costs can be cut by up to half.
Eco-Rinse also reduces water consumption because it’s designed to apply the precise amount of water necessary to clean screens. While manual rinsing can consume as much as 10-15 liters (2.6-4.0 gallons) of water per screen, Eco-Rinse typically uses less than half that amount. Eco-Rinse also reduces operating costs by recycling water used in the wash cycle, further lowering per-screen water usage.
Eco-Rinse can accommodate one screen up to 152 x 152 x 5.7 cm (60” x 60” x 2.25”) or two screens whose combined dimensions fall within that limit. It has no external moving parts, and it eliminates direct employee exposure to the rinsing process. It’s economical to operate, and it helps shops maintain a clean operating environment