- June 20, 2002, PRESS RELEASE
RICHFIELD, OH -- Doyle Systems, a supplier of cleaning and quality-control systems for converters, printers, and paper mills, reports it has been awarded exclusive North American distribution rights for the "low-cost, easy-to-use" Alphasonics Ultrasonic anilox roll cleaning systems. "The line utilizes 'Alphasound,'"says Doyle, "a proven technology that enables safe and effective cleaning of rolls with a variety of screen counts."
Says Joseph M. Lynch, Doyle Systems president, "The agreement with Alphasonics will make a safe, easy-to-use cleaning system available in North America. We also will provide full support for the line with service and custom-designed systems utilizing Alphasonics technology."
Offered in four models, which the co. says "offer an increasing number of roll features and degrees of automation," the models are dubbed: "Melanie"; "Melissa"; "Miranda"; and "Megan." Co. reports standard designs can handle rolls from 7 in. to 65 in. wide, and custom designs are available up to 196 in. wide; systems can be configured to clean up to six rolls at one time.