Anilox baking soda

ANILOX BAKING SODA

Advanced Cleaning Technology for Your Valuable Rolls and Cylinders:

The Baking Soda we use is a proprietary, engineered formula originally developed by Arm and Hammer that allows for superior yet gentle cleaning, a dust-free application, and is environmentally-friendly.
Regular baking soda (like the stuff found in our refrigerators) will not work! Please do not attempt to use it, as it will clog your machine quickly, and will not clean your rollers at all.

The particle size of the Anilox formula starts out at about 70 microns. When it “hits” the roller face under low pressure, it instantly fractures into many smaller particles. This is what enables the soda to get to the bottom of the cell – the fractured baking soda gets as small as 7-8 microns.

The baking soda that is used to clean anilox rolls has been specifically engineered for this application.  We had a leading anilox roll manufacturer test, analyze and verify that, when using our baking soda, they were successful in cleaning both lower lpi rolls as well as higher line counts as well.

“We successfully cleaned a 1200 lpi anilox roll with a 2.2 volume by using your 70 micron anilox roll cleaning formula.”

Because baking soda is classified as non-hazardous, and because it’s used in a dry process (no rewetting of inks or coatings occurs), any waste generated is usually not subject to any special handling or disposal requirements – check with your local authorities to make sure of this.
Click here for our Shipping and Merchandise Terms and Conditions.

The baking soda that is used to clean anilox rolls has been specifically engineered for this application.  We had a leading anilox roll manufacturer test, analyze and verify that, when using our baking soda, they were successful in cleaning both lower lpi rolls as well as higher line counts as well.

“We successfully cleaned a 1200 lpi anilox roll with a 2.2 volume by using your 70 micron anilox roll cleaning formula.”

Because baking soda is classified as non-hazardous, and because it’s used in a dry process (no rewetting of inks or coatings occurs), any waste generated is usually not subject to any special handling or disposal requirements – check with your local authorities to make sure of this.

Call us to learn more or to place an order. We do not have any order minimums, and ship nationwide.

Click here for our Shipping and Merchandise Terms and Conditions.

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Advanced Cleaning Technology for Your Valuable Rolls and Cylinders:

The Baking Soda we use is a proprietary, engineered formula originally developed by Arm and Hammer that allows for superior yet gentle cleaning, a dust-free application, and is environmentally-friendly.
Regular baking soda (like the stuff found in our refrigerators) will not work! Please do not attempt to use it, as it will clog your machine quickly, and will not clean your rollers at all.

The particle size of the Anilox formula starts out at about 70 microns.
When it “hits” the roller face under low pressure, it instantly fractures into many smaller particles. This is what enables the soda to get to the bottom of the cell – the fractured baking soda gets as small as 7-8 microns.

The baking soda that is used to clean anilox rolls has been specifically engineered for this application.  We had a leading anilox roll manufacturer test, analyze and verify that, when using our baking soda, they were successful in cleaning both lower lpi rolls as well as higher line counts as well.
“We successfully cleaned a 1200 lpi anilox roll with a 2.2 volume by using your 70 micron anilox roll cleaning formula.”

Because baking soda is classified as non-hazardous, and because it’s used in a dry process (no rewetting of inks or coatings occurs), any waste generated is usually not subject to any special handling or disposal requirements – check with your local authorities to make sure of this.
Click here for our Shipping and Merchandise Terms and Conditions.