|Solo Systems, Inc.
4001 Industrial Street * Rowlett, TX 75088
800.259.5570 * 972.475.5569
|As with any fine machinery, careful attention to a regular maintenance schedule helps
extend the service life of the equipment and increases its efficiency and dependability.
A check list for general maintenance:
____ Clean and inspect treater rolls once a shift. Remove material deposits with a good
industrial, non-abrasive cleaner.
____ Remove deposits from electrode insulators regularly to prevent build-up of
____ Clean station enclosure often with a good industrial cleaner to reduce buildup of
____ Replace or repair bent or worn shafts on rolls.
____ Be sure all safety devices are operating properly.
____ Lubricate roll bearings regularly. Be sure they turn freely.
____ Follow generator and transformer manufacturer's maintenance instructions.
*Note: Build-up of slip and other materials which precipitate out of the web during the
corona treating process can become carbonized on the roll, electrode, and insulator
surfaces. Because the material is conductive, it can interfere with the electrical efficiency of
the treating system, or cause high voltage arcs and damage the coating and electrode
|Email Elissa Westerheim for printable PDFs of the following:
* E-3 Epoxy roll coating cleaning procedures
* Epoxy repair instructions
* Checklist for general treater maintenance (A great resource to have on hand for your
* Troubleshooting checklist (Also a great resource to have on hand)
|Solo Systems' treaters are easy to order.
We help you look at alternatives, plan for variables,
and specify a cost-effective treater for your line -
often in a single phone call!
Contact us today with your questions.
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