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The Perfect Partner for your Press

The Auxiliary Tank and MX-1 doser are available for our smaller PressMate CS105 and CS210 Circulators. They can be factory fitted or installed as an upgrade on existing dampening units.

The Auxiliary Tank provides:

  • 20 litre tank

  • Manually filled with premixed solution

  • Simple, cost effective dosing solution

  • Simple, shelf mounted installation


The MX-1 (Batch Doser) provides:

  • Automatic additive doser 0-6%

  • Enables autofilling of dampening unit

  • Suitable for dosing all major fount solutions

  • Simple fount percentage adjustment

Fount Dosing and Filtration

Additive Dosing Units

To complement the PressMate Dampening Units, MGE offer a range of additive dosing systems, providing accurate and reliable chemical dosing for both alcohol free and conventional printing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Auxiliary Tank and MX-1 doser are available for our smaller PressMate CS105 and CS210 Circulators. They can be factory fitted or installed as an upgrade on existing dampening units.

The Auxiliary Tank provides:

  • 20 litre tank

  • Manually filled with premixed solution

  • Simple, cost effective dosing solution

  • Simple, shelf mounted installation


The MX-1 (Batch Doser) provides:

  • Automatic additive doser 0-6%

  • Enables autofilling of dampening unit

  • Suitable for dosing all major fount solutions

  • Simple fount percentage adjustment

The MX-2, MX-3 and MX-4 dosers are available for our larger PressMate Circulators (2kW

and upwards) and can also be factory fitted or installed as an upgrade.


Doser MX-2:

  • Automatic additive doser 1-5%

  • Continuous flow of 10 to 40 l/min

  • Can be wall mounted \ used for multi-dampening unit dosing

  • Removable outer cover giving full access for service

  • Separate tap feed for sampling fount solution

  • Inlet water filter

  • Simple set-up and operation


Doser MX-3: - Same specifications as the MX-2 except:

  • Automatic additive doser 3-10%

  • Suitable for dosing alcohol substitute for alcohol free printing


Doser MX-4: - Same specifications as the MX-2 except:

  • Automatic additive doser 5-20%

  • Suitable for dosing alcohol subsitute for alcohol free printing

Drop-In IPA Alcohol Doser

The PressMate AlcoMixer Dosing System is a compact, self-contained unit that is designed to monitor and control the level of Alcohol (Isopropyl Alcohol) in dampening system fount solutions used in the lithographic industry.

Designed for trouble-free operation the system has no moving parts and once set up these proven units deliver simple, accurate (within +/- 1%) and consistent levels of alcohol control in the fount solution from an external supply.

The Drop-In Unit can not only be fitted in MGE Dampening equipment but also fits many
of the other manufacturers dampening systems as well either as a replacement to existing Alcohol control systems or as an addition \ enhancement to the Dampening Chiller.


Minor modifications to the Dampening Chiller are needed to ensure the unit is securely located in the circulator tank with power being provided either directly from the circulator or from another convenient source.

Fount Filtration

The PressMate FX-1 filtration system has been specifically designed to prolong the life of the fount solution by removing finer particles and contaminates using a 3-stage filter system. Click on FX-1 on the left for more information.

Results have shown that using this system has increased the life of the fount solution by up to 6 times, minimising chemical usage and greatly reducing waste disposal and its associated costs, meaning that systems often pay for themselves within a few months.