BBC MEGA Flash Dryer - 240 Volts, 28x28in with Rotating Stand and Casters
Introduced in 1982, the Black Flash® has become the preferred flash/cure unit in the screen print industry. Consistent heat radiation over the entire element surface ensures every print is properly flashed or cured. And we sell a wide range of sizes, wattages, and voltages. Made to last, the Black Flash® is built to be your all purpose dryer for many years.3 Yr. Warranty on Heating Elements
Which heater is right for you?
Step One: Identify the power source you have available, 120V or 240V. Keep in mind that a typical household has a 120V oulet rated at 15 amps. Check with your electrician if you have questions about your power lines and power outlets.
Step Two: Identify the size of your platen. Typical sizes are 14", 16", and 20."
Step Three: Chose a nominal element size(hot face) at least 2" larger than your platen. This will best assure you can flash your largest image.
Step Four: Decide how fast you want to flash your impressions. A higher wattage heater has more power, meaning that it will get hotter and flash faster.