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Tips for high temperature maintenance of eco solvent printer


With the arrival of hot weather, the maintenance of eco solvent printer and UV printer is crucial, because high temperature and humidity will have an impact on the performance and service life of these devices. Here are some suggestions on how to care for your equipment in hot environments:

For eco solvent printer, the first thing to pay attention to is the working environment temperature. The ideal operating temperature range is 15-30 degrees Celsius. In a high-temperature environment, the printer may cause problems such as ink flying and linting due to overheating, and may even cause damage to the control card and circuit problems. To prevent these situations from happening, it is recommended to install a fan or air conditioner to lower the indoor temperature and keep it between 15-30 degrees Celsius.

In addition, you also need to pay attention to anti-static and anti-drying ink. In a dry environment, you can increase indoor humidity by sprinkling water on the ground, and install a grounding wire for the machine to prevent static electricity problems. In addition, avoid connecting too many devices to the same power strip, especially printers and computers. Special power strips should be used. In the case of high humidity, you can speed up the drying of the picture by adjusting the drying system gear and using a cooling fan to avoid ink adhesion during rewinding.

For UV machines, indoor temperature and humidity also need to be controlled. Excessively high temperatures may cause ink flying or linting, so it is recommended to place the UV machine in a cool, backlight place, and control the indoor temperature between 15°C and 30°C, and the humidity between 35% and 65%. If the working environment is too hot and stuffy, consider installing cooling equipment. In addition, a test page should be printed every day when the machine is turned on to check whether the printing effect is normal and to avoid clogging or damage to the print head. When not in use for a long time, it is recommended to turn off the power and moisturize to lower the temperature.

Finally, whether it is a eco solvent printer or a UV printer, regular cleaning is very important. The internal and external hygiene of the equipment should be cleaned every week, especially key parts such as the machine head and guide rails. At the same time, pay attention to check whether the surface of the flat wire is clean and whether the connection is tight and not loose. These maintenance measures can ensure that the equipment works more stably in summer and extends its service life.