Which flash dryer is best for your printshop?

here’s a break down of our most popular flash dryers to help you make the right choice for your printshop!

The red chilli is one of our bestsellers. Perfect for manual and automatic printing and uses medium-wave sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps instead of other flash cure that use panels. The curing lamps are divided into three flashing zones, which can be operated independently or in any combination. Using fewer flash cure zones on small screen print areas reduces ambient heat, lowers energy costs, and leads to faster substrate cooling. An adjustable sensor switch can be positioned on either side of the flash cure unit, activating the flash when the printing pallet approaches.Red Chili also features a communication socket that gives operators two additional methods of controlling the flash: an optional communication cable can be used to control the flash directly from the press and an optional foot pedal control can be connected to the flash. The curing module is mounted on a height-adjustable floor stand which makes moving the flash fast and easy.

Consistent heat radiation over the entire element surface ensures every print is properly flashed or cured. We offer a wide range of sizes, wattages, voltages, and accessories. Made to last, the BBC Black Flash Dryer is built to be your all-purpose flash dryer for many years. Features of the BBC Flash range.

The BBC Afford-A-Flash unit is perfect for small start up workshops or as auxiliary unit in an already established print shop. The Afford-A-Flash dryer is highlighted by the exemplary Black Body® heater, meaning there’s no bulbs to worry about replacing. Due to the type of heating element it applies an all over heat to the garment, ensuring the print is fully cured. The BBC Afford-A-Flash is also economical and efficient, and is one of the best and most affordable flash units in the business. The unit is also lightweight and easy move, allowing you to use it with ease in smaller spaces.

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