Dry Fog humidifier for
screen printing

 

Humidity prevents Static charge and Screen drying

Keeping the relative humidity around 55-60%RH will drastically reduce problems caused by electrostatic charge.

Advantages


Reduction of electro static and misprinting

Misprints such as uneven color, smudged lines and chipped letters dut to electro static are reduced by 50%.

Preventing screen drying

Preventing dot off pinting due to screen clogging because of drying.

Higher productivity

When printing on plastic products it prevents electro static discharge when workers touch the product. This improved the work environment and led to higher productivity.

Features of AKIMist”E”


 

1. Fine and uniform mist droplets

 

AKIMist”E”

  

Conventional pneumatic
spray nozzle

  

Spinning disk type

  

Ultrasonic type

dryfog    Conventiona pneumatic spray    Spinning disk type    Ultrasonic type

 
Dry Fog is an extremely fine uniform mist with a Sauter mean droplet size of 7.5μm.
The droplets are never larger (i.e. 40μm) which makes dry humidification possible.
Another advantage of the AKIMist "E" is that it can spray Dry Fog at a maximum rate of up to 3.8 GPH.
 

2. Minimized Energy Consumption

Because of Dry Fog the AKIMist "E" can humidify precisely and effeciently directly where it is needed.

Features of AKIMist”E”


 

1. Fine and uniform mist droplets

 

AKIMist”E”

 

Conventional pneumatic
spray nozzle

dryfog    Conventiona pneumatic spray
      

Spinning disk type

  

Ultrasonic type

Spinning disk type    Ultrasonic type

 
Dry Fog is an extremely fine uniform mist with a Sauter mean droplet size of 7.5μm.
The droplets are never larger (i.e. 40μm) which makes dry humidification possible.
Another advantage of the AKIMist "E" is that it can spray Dry Fog at a maximum rate of up to 3.8 GPH.
 

2. Minimized Energy Consumption

Because of Dry Fog the AKIMist "E" can humidify precisely and effeciently directly where it is needed.

Example of a Set-up Sheet offset machine


Sheet offset machine

Examples


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Why doesn't dry fog get wet?


Small bubbles/water droplets do not wet anything because they bounce back from the surface they touch. As it surface tension is high, compare to a bigger bubble/water droplet, it will not burst and wet the environment.
 
Dry Fog is a very fine fog with an average mean droplet diameter of 10 μm or less. Therefore, the fog sprayed from our AKIJet® nozzles will never burst and wet objects when spraying in a close room, above machine and operators.

Printing Types


Digital PrintDigital Print
 

Digital Print

Offset printOffset print
 

Offset print

PackingPacking
 

Packing

Plastic sheetPlastic sheet
 

Plastic sheet

Screen printScreen print
 

Screen print

Gravure printGravure print
 

Gravure print

News paper printNews paper print
 

News paper print

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