Poly-Pro Manual Sink
The Lawson Poly-Pro/Manual Screen Clean System is the best way to remove plastisol ink while recycling chemicals and saving money. The recirculation system filters and then re-circulates ink degradent so you can reuse the chemicals on many screens without it going down the drain. This is a great way to save money on screen printing supplies.
Affordable Manual Screen Clean
- Chemical and Corrosion Resistant
- Wand/Scrub Brush
- External Filter
- 3-Tier Compartment Filtration Tank
- Chemical Pump (120 Volts)
- External Shut Off Valve
- On/Off GFCI Receptacle Switch Box
- Max Capacity 16 gallons
- 120 V
- Squeegee Cleaner
- Squeegee Dry Rack
- Dip Tank
Model #3248 #6048 Maximum Screen Size 36" Wide 58" Wide Chemical Recirculation System Yes, standard Yes, standard Compatible with Filtration System Yes Yes Backlight No No Estimated Dimensions 38" W x 48" H x 28" D | 75" floor to top 60" W x 48" H x 28" D | 75" floor to top
*Free Ground Shipping on Parts; No Charge Labor for Items Sent Back to St. Louis for Repair or Replacement
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The Lawson Poly-Pro/Manual Screen Cleaning System incorporates Lawson's Poly-Pro Washout Booth with a unique and dedicated ink degradent recirculation system. This enclosed system captures used screen printing chemicals, filters them, and then recirclutes it back through the hose so it can be continuously re-used.
By recirculating your ink degradent, press wash, haze remover or any other screen printing chemicals in a closed loop system, Lawson's screen printing chemical recirculation system reuses screen printing chemicals so you reduce the need to buy more chemicals. This is just another way that Lawson helps you go green, waste less and save money.
The recirculation tank is on wheels and features a 3-tier filtration system to strain the reclaimed chemical before it is pumped back up through the wand/scrubbed brush.