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DFI unveils new pressroom cleaning products

July 30, 2013

Proceeds from sales of Pressroom Helper and Pressman's Assistant will benefit the education of future DFI students.

The DiTrolio Flexographic Institute has announced two new cleaning products for pressroom use, Pressroom Helper and Pressman's Assistant. Both are available for purchase from DFI, and proceeds will benefit the education of future DFI students.

Pressroom Helper is a concentrated alkaline cleaner and degreasing solution, formulated to serve a multitude of industry cleaning requirements. The formula is completely biodegradable and contains no cancer causing agents.

Pressman’s Assistant is a one-step cleaning formula for deep cleaning and removal of water-based inks, UV coatings and solvent-based inks. Designed as a maintenance assistant in both press and ink rooms, Pressman’s Assistant can also be used to remove stains or uncleaned spots on anilox rolls.

The DiTrolio Flexographic Institute, based in Broadview, IL, USA, offers industry-specific training seminars for all skill levels – from beginning press operations to advanced printing applications – and features a state-of-the-art environment where new press operators and seasoned industry professionals alike can gain hands-on exposure to printing and finishing processes. DFI is approved by both the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs.

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