Paper processing at high speeds generates considerable forces, which might even impact machine components made of steel. For example, the dust generated by the paper leaves soiling on the machine components, and the set web tension gets lost.
Dried bookbinding adhesive residues and inks remain stuck to the containers and rollers. The result? Extensive cleaning and machine downtime. And over the long term, removing particularly stubborn residues can result in damage to the machine.
All these factors can influence trouble-free, smoothly running production.