PRINT HEAD RECOVERY

Digital print heads come in many variations but all have the same function which is to jet ink accurately to the substrate.

 

Over time the nozzle galleries, orifices and ink transfer systems get clogged or partially blocked.

 

 

 

Blockages can be caused by a number of reasons from inks through to head strikes.

 

Many heads can be recovered using the correct procedures depending on the level and type of damage and types of inks used.

 

The average recovery takes 48 to 72 hours depending on the severity of the blockages and type of print head.

 

The recovery process begins with a physical external examination and an initial nozzle flow test to ascertain whether the head is viable for recovery.

 

If the head passes the initial inspection stage then the recovery process begins.

 

The recovery process uses various techniques depending on the print head type and inks used.

 

Generally we have an 85% + average recovery rate.

 

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Spectra Nova JA256 AAA

Before nozzle recovery

After nozzle recovery

Spectra SL series

Before nozzle recovery

After nozzle recovery

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