Valence Electrons Private Limited from India manufactures innovative ink filters. These advanced ink filtration systems are manufactured under license from US-based Graymills Corporation.

Valence’s Valflow® ink filters are ideal for use in coating, laminating and rotogravure printing machines for the efficient removal of contaminants (pollutants) from printing ink, adhesives or laminating coats. This ensures significantly improved coat and print quality.

Valflow® ink filters

Valflow® ink filters are designed to be used with rotogravure printing, coating, and laminating equipment. This is ideal for removal of solid contaminants from coats, adhesives, and inks before the printing process.

Valflow® ink filters use a combination of magnetic and mechanical filtration techniques to ensure best quality coats, inks, and adhesives for laminating.

This system efficiently circulates the ink and removes contaminants of all types:

Airborne: Fibres or dust particles

Doctor blades: Source of metallic particle contaminants

Fluids: Insoluble pigments and other solid particles

The advanced filtration system effectively captures all three types of contaminants from the ink while keeping the ink circulating constantly. This process allows only clean ink to pass through, devoid of any solid particles.

This system is ideally designed to be used in conjunction with conventional centrifugal pumps. The company provides a suppressor inside the filter which allows it to be used effectively with diaphragm based pumps.

Advantages of Valflow® ink filters

Valflow® ink filters provide the following benefits:

1. Available in various mesh sizes to suit maximum customer needs

2. Combination of mechanical and magnetic ink filtration techniques

3. Surge suppressor built-in for diaphragm based pumps

4. Dual filtration technique ensures optimum removal of all solid contaminants

5. Excellent quality of ink and coats are achieved

A.T.E. Enterprises Private Limited is constantly providing advanced solutions to industries for better printing and coating quality. This, in turn, is helping the industrial units improve their quality and volume of output more efficiently.