Seika’s Sawa Eco-Roll Reduces Waste and Saves Money


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Seika Machinery, Inc., a leading provider of advanced machinery, materials and engineering services, is pleased to announce that implementation of its Sawa Eco-Roll SC-ER360 wiper roll cleaner may provide a 50 percent reduction in costs. The Sawa Eco-Roll eliminates waste and saves money by reusing wiper rolls for printing machines.

The SC-ER360 cleans wiper rolls in just 20 minutes and measures W900 x D850 x H1200 mm. In addition to providing a reduction in waste, use of the wiper roll cleaner results in reduced CO2 emissions.

Seika will conduct a test run of cleaning a used roll sent in by the customer for evaluation. For more information or to view the system, visit SAWA ECO-ROLL SC-ER360 WIPER ROLL CLEANER: VIDEO- YouTube.

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