Baldwin’s new PREPAC® Advanced technologies decrease waste up to 50 percent, cut cleaning cycles in half

  • BW Forsyth Partners

ST. LOUIS — Jan. 14, 2020 — Baldwin Technology Company Inc. has announced innovations within its PREPAC® Advanced product line of original cleaning consumables. Designed for newspaper, commercial web and sheet-fed presses, the new technologies optimize production time by shortening the cleaning cycle and minimizing waste. 

All Baldwin original PREPAC consumables offer pre-impregnated wet cloth rolls with high ink and lint absorption capacity, so printers can achieve cleaning results that are 100 percent accurate with every run. The next generation of PREPAC Advanced consumables features unique and regionalized solvent formulas, as well as a new sophisticated cloth material. Compared to other products on the market, Baldwin’s solutions decrease waste up to 50 percent and can cut cleaning cycles in half, enabling up to 100 extra production hours annually. 
“Since its introduction in 1995, PREPAC has remained the top choice for pre-impregnated wet cloth rolls. If it’s not Baldwin, it’s not PREPAC,” explained Tomas Anderbjer, President, Precision Applications, at Baldwin. “With the new PREPAC Advanced consumables, Baldwin once again innovates blanket and impression cylinder cleaning for the print industry, providing technologies that optimize productivity and decrease the impact on the environment.”

Baldwin is the world’s leading innovator of pre-impregnated wet cloth consumables and the inventor of PREPAC, an award-winning, best-selling technology for 25 years. Thousands of customers use this highly efficient and eco-friendly product, and Baldwin continuously delivers new innovations tailored for blanket and impression cylinder cleaning. 

PREPAC® is a registered trademark owned by Baldwin Americas Corporation.

For more information, please contact:
Birger Hansson, Vice President, Business Development, Baldwin: or +46 70 581 17 91

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