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D.W.RENZMANN Cleaning Products at drupa

Monday, March 31, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Monzingen, March 28, 2008 --- D.W.RENZMANN, the world market leader for cleaning machines in the printing industry, will present their complete solutions for cleaning and recovering soiled cleaning media at drupa 2008 in Düsseldorf from 29 May to 11 June. In addition to demonstrating their technical competence, the company, based in the winemaking area of Nahe, will highlight their regional lifestyle by inviting current and potential customers to relax at their wine tavern - featuring a watermill - at their drupa booth.

Located at exhibition booth D53 in hall 16, D.W.RENZMANN will present an overview of their extensive portfolio of cleaning technology products. Using cleaning systems produced by D.W.RENZMANN, printing press parts such as anilox rollers, gravure cylinders, doctor blades, ink pans and ink pumps can be cleaned fast and efficiently. Their equipment technology will be showcased in a simulated washing room area. D.W.RENZMANN will have on hand their distillation unit type ROTOmaX, their washing machine model 340, a solvent dumping and dispense place and a demo version of their washing machine model 360.

With their innovative cleaning solutions D.W.RENZMANN addresses the needs of printing companies which want to use automated cleaning equipment. D.W.RENZMANN provides complete solutions with comprehensive service, putting customer requirements at center stage. Starting with the evaluation of the customer-specific floor plan up to the complete aftersales service plan D.W.RENZMANN provides complete professional support during the entire process. Specific cleaning applications as well as treatment requirements can be evaluated at D.W.RENZMANN’s premises by testing cleaning agents used by the customer or by testing customer-specific items to be washed. That way it is ensured that the cleaning systems used match the customer’s production process in the best way possible.




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