Heat things up with our Riley Hopkins® Flash Dryer. Constructed with printers in mind, we make all Riley Hopkins® equipment with the same standards of efficiency and stability that have been counted on for decades by screen printers. Mounted on heavy duty stand and casters for easy positioning around your shop, featuring simple to use tilt-control adjustment knobs for quick control, and consistent heat radiation from it's industrial heating elements manufactured by BBC, the versatile and powerful Riley Hopkins® Flash Dryer is ready to take on any job your press can handle.
Features and Benefits
- Even heat distribution
- Energy efficient
- 1 year limited warranty
Which flash is right for you?
Step One: Identify the power source you have available, 120V or 240V - A typical household has a 120V outlet rated at 15 amps. Check with your electrician if you have questions about your power lines and power outlets.
NOTE: CE versions are for international customers only.
Step Two: Identify the size of your platen - Typical sizes are 14 inch, 16 inch and 20 inch.
Step Three: Choose an element size (hot face) at least 2 inches larger than your platen - This will ensure that you can flash your largest image.
Step Four: Decide how fast you want to flash your print - A higher wattage heater has more power, meaning that it will get hotter and flash faster.
- Watts: 2283
- Volts: 120
- Amps: 19.1
- Size: 18"x18"
- Plug Type: NEMA 5-20P
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Frequently Bought Together
- Flash Dryer
Put this together this weekend and right off the bat I was impressed with the quality. The stand is good heavy metal and very solid. I bought some other dryers on Amazon cause it was cheaper and they were not close to this one. Thin metal and they literally burned out on me (caught fire). I wish I had spent the money on this one the first time.
This is the perfect flash dryer !! It covers my whole 18x18 platen. It heats evenly across the whole thing. I've set it up so that the platen never gets above 350 degrees. No more burned shirts but perfectly set ink.
Hey Fiend! We are so glad you love it! Any tips on use for other users? Happy Printing :)