Fully automate one of the most labor-intensive jobs in any shop - screen reclaim made easy!
Automate the dirtiest job in screen printing with the push of a button thanks to Bluewater Labs new inline screen reclaiming system.
The R-2536L automates each step of the screen reclaiming process, allowing printers to clean up to 200 frames in just a single 8-hour shift.
Beginning with a presoak tank or an optional built-in booth with a dip tank, the inline reclaiming system utilizes a conveyor system to move screens through multiple custom cleaning modules.
Screens move through a high pressure water rinse, a chemical application and recirculation chamber, a second high-pressure water rinse followed by a flood rinse and finally a high-speed air knife drying module. The unit ends with a standard load-out tray or an optional tray with an inspection booth.
Each step in the reclaiming process is self-contained and Bluewater Lab's chemical circulation system is designed to maximize the effectiveness and life of the Easiway chemicals used by the unit.
The final air knife drying module produces dried screens that can then be coated with emulsion, reducing turnaround times for printers working on tight deadlines.
This is truly a groundbreaking shop automation system that can greatly increase productivity and efficiency in any high-output screen printing shop!
Call Texsource TODAY for a full configuration breakdown to find the right solution for your needs.
Tired of cleaning screens the hard way? Automate your process in our R-Series machines tailored with all shop sizes in mind.
Reduce your overall labor costs and ensure exacting and consistent screen quality for all common-sized screen frames.
With Bluewater and Texsource being fully dedicated to service, you can rely on the help you need when you need it!
As one of the very first customers of Bluewater Labs, I can tell you firsthand that the commitment to customer satisfaction is clear. This is a fantastic machine, and the reps have been there for every question we've had. This is truly a revolutionary step in automation, and I recommend it for high output shops looking to increase efficiency.