BBC Industries Black Flash

Introduced in 1982, the Black Flash® has become the preferred flash/cure unit in the screen print industry because of its efficiency and reliability.

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Product Description

Introduced in 1982, the Black Flash® has become the preferred flash/cure unit in the screen print industry because of its efficiency and reliability. 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 Black Flash® is built to be your all-purpose dryer for many years.

Features

  • Large Selection – 14 Different Models
  • Low Profile Design
  • Rotates 360°
  • Unique Leveling Mechanism (controls the angle of the dryer so it will always be perfectly level with every platen or surface)
  • 3-Year Limited 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 outlet 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: Choose 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.