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Burnishine Releases New Screen Opener Spray

Monday, October 31, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Burnishine Products has released a new screen opener and cleaner spray which opens up dried UV, plastisol, and solvent-based ink areas on printing screens.  The product—one of a new line of Burnishine aerosols—is available immediately from Burnishine dealers.  Announcing the new item, Burnishine Products President Roger Giza commented: “Our new Burnishine Screen Opener Spray is the latest in a line of products formulated specifically for use in modern printing and converting plants.  Like all Burnishine aerosol products, it is packaged in a form convenient for easy application.   Burnishine Screen Opener Spray softens dried ultraviolet, plastisol, and solvent-based inks with just a very thin application, permitting quickly and easily opening clogged screens with two or three squeegee passes.  It works equally well on screens made with direct or indirect photography, as well as stencil, or lacquer-proof, knife-cut films.  The spray has no ozone-depleting hydrocarbons and is guaranteed to leave no film.  Burnishine Screen Opener Spray should be used regularly to prevent screen clogging and production delays.”
Since 1887, Burnishine Products has manufactured a broad line of pressroom and related chemical products, including plate chemicals, blanket and roller cleaners, fountain solutions, and a line of related cleaning products.  Offset, flexo, digital, inkjet, and screen printers will find many Burnishine products to facilitate production.  All Burnishine products are manufactured in the United States.


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