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Unspoken rules for using inkjet printers

by:Arojet     2021-07-27
As we all know, water has conductive properties in most cases. Therefore, the ink, solvent, and cleaning fluid of the printer should not be mixed with water. The inkjet printer needs to accurately charge the ink dots. Therefore, inkjet printer ink is particularly sensitive to moisture. In the process of use, we must pay attention to prevent fire. Any used cleaning materials, such as wipes used for cleaning, are a fire hazard. These materials must be recycled in time after use and treated in a safe way. Do not extinguish with water. If the fire caused by electrical appliances can only be extinguished with water, such as nitrocellulose ink, the power must be disconnected. The ink and solvent of the inkjet printer are corrosive, so try to avoid contaminating the skin, eyes, nose, etc. If you accidentally drip, please quickly rinse with a lot of water for a quarter of an hour. If you feel unwell after cleaning, seek medical attention. .Most inks contain ingredients that are easily volatilized and are inhaled into the lungs. Therefore, good ventilation equipment must be ensured at the site where the printer is used.  The inkjet printer is green and efficient, and the consumables are tested by professionals to ensure that it is harmless to the human body. The main types of inkjet printers include small-character inkjet printers, large-character inkjet printers and laser inkjet printers. They can be used in food, medicine, chemical and other industries and are the first choice for small and medium-sized enterprises. The inkjet printer is suitable for the mass production of small and medium-sized enterprises. The inkjet printer is prone to danger during the use process, so in the usual maintenance and maintenance, pay attention to the safety of the inkjet printer's consumables and operating safety.
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