Flexographic Printing Machine: Substances:
HM, HDPE, LD, LLDPE, B.O.P.P, Polyester, Polypropylene, Foam Sheets, Paper, Aluminium Foil etc.
• Ribbed Anti Vibration Cast Iron Body (C.I) for vibration free printing.
• Duplex System having two unwind & two rewind stations to print two rolls/jobs at same time simultaneously.
• AC Digital frequency drive on main motor.
• Infeed and Outfeed system provided to maintain tension & good registration.
• Auto Stop for web break.
• Helical Gear for smooth running and long life.
• All rolls are dynamically balanced and hardchrome plated.
• Silent air drying system fitted with high velocity centrifugal fan.
• Quick Changeover of plate cylinder to reduce the down time.
• Repeat print of plate cylinder for 1200mm (48") as standard model.
(Front + Back)
6+0, 5+1, 4+2, 3+3
• Automatic web tension control device on unwind
• E.P.C ( EDGE position control) - Web Guide before printing
• Ink repeat system by ink pump with respective containers
• Hydraulic Lift of plate cylinder with continuous rotation of inking rollers.
• Ceramic anilox rollers.
• Pneumatic air shafts.
• Web compensating system for non-stop printing of machine.
Reverse Osmosis Purification System: Reverse Osmosis is based on the process of osmosis. Osmosis involves the selective movement of water from one side of a membrane (a plastic film that looks similar to cellophane) to the other. To make the process work, pressure is applied to the contaminated water, forcing water through the membrane. Since contaminants do not move with the water as it moves across the membrane, purer water collects on the other side of the membrane. The purified water that accumulates on one side of the membrane can then be used or stored. A specific amount of pressure is necessary to separate purified water and contaminants. This required pressure is based on the type and concentration of contaminants in the water. Supplying even more pressure to the contaminated water than is required provides better separation and a higher production rate. The levels of most dissolved compounds and suspended matter present in water can be reduced by RO treatment. The efficiency with which membranes reject the contaminant molecules depends on the pollutant concentration and chemical properties of the pollutant. Membrane type and operating conditions will also affect the degree of pollutant removal.
Efficiency of removal is often described using the term "rejection percentage," which is the percent of a particular contaminant that doesn't cross the membrane, i.e., is rejected by the membrane. It is important to know not only rejection percentages, but also incoming pollutant concentrations to effectively reduce contaminant concentrations in the drinking water to safe levels. Basic components of an RO system should include a prefilter to remove fouling agents such as rust and lime; an RO module containing the membrane; an activated carbon postfilter to remove residual taste, odor and some compounds from the purified water; a storage tank; and various valves, including a shut-off valve that stops the water flow when the storage tank is full. The system must also provide for waste flow to drains. Prefilters containing activated carbon are commonly used to protect chlorine-sensitive membranes.
• Flow Rates of 50 - 2400 gpm
• Product and Concentrate Flowmeters
• Solid State Controller
• PLC (AB) controller
• Low Suction Pressure Switch and Shutoff
• High Pressure Speed Switch and Shutoff
• Liquid-Filled Pressure Gauges for the Pumps, Discharge, Membrane, Secondary Feed, Permeate and Concentrate Pressure Gauges
• High Product Conductivity Monitor
• Product Storage Level Connection and Shutoff
• 5 Micron Pre-Filter
• Flush system
• Conductivity Analyzer
• Digital Totalizing Flow Meters
• Stainless Pump
• Chemical Feed
• Stainless piping
• Stainless frame
• Low Suction Pressure
• High Product Conductivity
• High Tank Level
• High Permeate Flow
• Low Concentrate Flow
The ROS System is a reverse osmosis module designed for large industrial applications. Each ROS module utilizes 8 inch diameter spiral wound membranes, housed in fiberglass vessels producing a capacity of 50 - 2400 G.P.M. The modular design allows for easy expansion. The ROS is a free standing system designed and engineered for ease of maintenance and operation. Solid state controls provide continuous monitoring of all critical parameters. In addition the system will automatically stop the system when conditions are not within preset limits, i.e. low suction pressure, high product conductivity. Instrumentation includes liquid-filled pressure gauges; product and concentrate flow meters; and a conductivity meter to measure product water quality.
Pumps are selected according to the number of ROS modules. The pumps are stainless steel centrifugal type with integral 3- phase, 60hz or 50hz, (optional) TEFC (totally enclosed fan cooled optional) motors