Printing machine with endless conveyor - has exhauster fan connected to cowl between drier and discharge stations

Machine a imprimer a poste de sechage combine

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The printing machine has a conveyor forming an endless loop, with supports at intervals for the items to be printed. Along the conveyor are a series of working positions, these including at the downstream end of the outward run a drier with an ultra-violet lamp, and a discharge station on the return run. Between the drier and the discharge station the conveyor passes through a suction cowl, to which an exhauster fan is connected. This connection can be at the portion of the conveyor between the outward and return runs.
<P>IL S'AGIT D'UNE MACHINE A IMPRIMER COMPORTANT UN CONVOYEUR EN BOUCLE SANS FIN 12 ET ECHELONNES LE LONG DE CELUI-CI, UNE PLURALITE DE POSTES DE TRAVAIL DONT UN POSTE DE SECHAGE D ET UN POSTE D'EVACUATION E.</P><P>SUIVANT L'INVENTION, ENTRE LE POSTE DE SECHAGE D, QUI COMPORTE AU MOINS UNE LAMPE A RAYONS ULTRA-VIOLETS 20, ET LE POSTE D'EVACUATION E, LE CONVOYEUR 12 CIRCULE DANS UNE GAINE D'ASPIRATION 25 SUR LAQUELLE EST BRANCHEE UNE SOURCE D'ASPIRATION 24, UNE TURBINE PAR EXEMPLE.</P><P>APPLICATION A LA MISE EN OEUVRE D'ENCRES D'IMPRESSION A SOLVANT ETOU D'ENCRES D'IMPRESSION A 100 D'EXTRAIT SEC.</P>

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    EP-0245452-A1November 19, 1987American Screen Printing Equipment CompanyAutomatic handling and screen printing apparatus
    EP-0245452-A4March 21, 1988American Screen PrintingAutomatic handling and screen printing apparatus.