Heat fixation for digital textile printing, drum contact type
Linear speed of our heat fixation unit is max. speed is up to 2m/min.
(This means max. production rate is 200m2/h for 1600mm version and 230m2/h for 1900mm version.)
No fumes, No smell
Due to high production rate and high temperature, the direct disperse process produces large amounts of gas.
The ADC (Air Dust Cleaner) captures all dust and fumes perfectly, with proprietary carbon filter and micro glasswool filter technology.
Also direct disperse ink is clean and it can reduce fumes by 50%.
Heat control in heating zone of the sublimation system is extremely important for stable and superior quality control.
Our Heat Fixator has PID control of temperature to maintain stable target value.
Also can control the max. heat capacity, so it is possible to reduce the heat capacity (KW) during slow operation under inline operation mode.
Linear speed of feeding also take effect on temperature. Air flow rate is another factor which can make effect on temperature.
So it is important to control the ideal flow rate, just a little faster than the value that all fume
can be captured from the chamber. Air flow rate can be controlled by 2 kinds
of circle doors in tube and chamber.
No worries about maintenance
Using the Textile heat fixation unit requires almost no change or repair to the parts, motors, heaters, chains, rolls and sensors are very strong and you can use them for more than 5 years without problem.
You can save high investment for press machines and running cost of papers by using the drum-contact type system. The system enables the same or higher production speed of the highest printing speed of any printers.
The drum-contact type heat fixation unit is the perfect machine for direct disperse printing due to the oil heated drum that spreads the heat even on all the fabric.
- Air dust collector is combined together in bottom position of the machine
- Linear speed control by a pair of rubber rolls in take-up system
- Tension control unit is available in take-up system
- Energy loss and media loss are minimized with maintaining the production speed
- 30˜44 minutes of warming up time
- easy to operate and maintain