An insoluble bond between the carrier and the elastic print edge allows with this blade, without a problem for a very much more extended time in print.
The RKS blade type RS can also be reground.
Through this you can greatly increase the life of the blade in comparison to the more commonly used steel blade with a PU print edge applied to it.
The print shows, that in co-operation with the RKS RS blade the life expectancy of the screen is increased.
Going over to the new squeegee blade allows you to be more productive more economical and your time when not in print is reduced.
RKS blade type RS can be made for all of the most popular types of machine and is delivered ready to print.
RKS RS rotation blades enables a constant, reproducible, and standardised rotary screen – printing for all speeds and designs.
Extensive research and development work, in close co-operation with many machine makers has allowed us to complement the specific parameters in relation to the quality demands that the High-End Graphic and High End Industrial requirements for the narrow web screen printing units.
RKS uses for it’s the product RKS RS rotary blades only the very best glass fibre support and irremovable highly resistant (Vulkollan®) for this application.
Highly flexible, stabilized double component blade.
Print edge (VU) insolubly bonded to the carrier.
Defined plan parallel surface ground print side and edge.
Excellent surface characteristics of print edge.
RKS RS blades are delivered to you ready to print
Excellent quality in flat and fine print.
Significantly longer in print.
Significantly longer service life
Outstanding material qualities.
Cost savings through less need to change the blades.
RKS RS Rotary blades stand for an optimised print quality and can be reground as required.
(for 10 pieces RKS RS Rotary blades with a height of 35mm, 1,5mm VU thickness, length 365mm, Shore hardness 75° and with a large radius)
10 x RKS RS 35/1,5/75 lg. 365mm GR
WE RECCOMEND FOR:
High ink deposits, brail etc.: (T) = 3 mm / (A) = 55° Shore
Conventional print: (T) = 2 mm / (A) = 65 ° Shore
Exact work, higher precision and fine lines: (T) = 1,5 mm / (A) = 80° Shore