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Clemson receives peristaltic ink pumps from Graymills

May 7, 2008

Graymills Corporation has donated six of its “Quick Change” peristaltic ink pumps to Clemson University’s flexography program.

To continue its support of education in the field of flexography, Graymills Corporation, Chicago, IL, USA, a manufacturer of flexo and gravure ink pumping, filtering, and conditioning systems for converters and press builders, has donated six of its “Quick Change” peristaltic ink pumps to Clemson University’s flexography program.

Jay Sperry, of the Sonoco Institute at Clemson University, commented on the pumps’ performance, saying “The pumps worked extremely well, and greatly assisted ink maintenance and changeover speed.”


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