The Jarin Europa HF3000D Dual-Heating Heat Transfer Badge Press is a double-heater badge transfer press which is ideally suited for small applications such as sleeve badges or breast logos. The dual heaters means that heat can be applied from both top and bottom heaters simultaneously, or either top or bottom heater independently, as and when required. It has an automatic digital control module, aerospace non-stick PTFE coated upper and lower platens and a maxium print area of 15cm x 15cm (6" x 6").
Europa’s UK-manufactured heat fusion presses represent the pinnacle of technology for the application of all heat-applied transfers. With a combination of their high build quality, design and engineering they ensure many years of hassle-free operation. They have been developed to incorporate computer-controlled electronics, along with a compact and reliable design to make them the ultimate heat presses for the application of heat fusion transfers onto almost any type of garment for the promotional, fashion and workwear industries.
- Counter space required: 48cm x 60cm
- Machine dimensions: L=48cm W=29cm H=42cm
- Shipping dimensions: L=73cm W=50cm H=49cm
- Gross weight: 22kgs
- Nett weight: 20kgs
- Printing area: H=15cm W=15cm
- Wattage: 600 watts (per heater)
- Voltage: 220/240volts @ 50Hz
- Amperage employed: 10 Amps
- Fuse rating: 10 Amps
- 1 year return-to-base mechanical and electrical warranty.
- Designed with easy access for loading and unloading garments.
- Lifetime warranty on heater element.
- Aerospace non-stick PTFE coated platens.
- Full range of pressure adjustment.
- Mains supply power filters fitted as standard, which allows use regardless of the quality of electricity supply - It also allows use in conjunction with external power generators.
- Packaged using fully recycleable materials to meet Environmental Regulations within the EU.
- Full compliance with EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) legislation (EEC Directive No. 89/336/EEC)
- Full compliance with The Supply Of Machinery (safety) Regulations 1992 & 1994 (EEC Directive No. 89/392/EEC)
- Manufactured in the UK.
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