Chemosol Showcased Powder Shakers And More At Sign Africa Expo In Cape Town

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Chemosol Showcased Powder Shakers And More At Sign Africa Expo In Cape Town

Chemosol was at the recently held Sign Africa Expo in Cape Town to showcase its powder shakers, rotary heat press and Epson printer.

Epson SureColor SC-F7200 (hdK)

The SureColor SC-F7200 is a professional digital dye sublimation roll-to-roll printer developed for the production of high quality printed textiles.

Powder shaker B601 (2 heads)

The arch bridge stainless steel and air-free platform effectively extends the heating duration of the medium in the tunnel.

Powder shaker B602 (2 heads)

The solution features automated track advancement, based on an air suction platform, is very flexible, and is more suitable for single cutting and roll baking. It effectively prevents medium baking arch deformation, and features even and constant temperature heating in the tunnel.

Rotary heat press

The SOT-H series is designed for roll to roll or piece by piece transfer with continuous and consistent results from start to finish. It is great for garments, flags, blankets, curtains and soft signage.

Hanrun Paper DTF PRO-A330

This DTF printer is developed for those customers who pursue high quality and do not need large-width machines. It works on both white and dark textiles and with a variety of fabric styles such as cotton, poly blends, leather, denim and more.

Hanrun Paper DTF EVO-A600

This DTF printer is developed for customers who need large and wide production machines which have stable quality. Key product features include low cost and high profit, good printing effects and colour reproduction ability, and stable printing performance, ensuring ease of use.

The event was sponsored by Platinum sponsors Roland DG South Africa and Stixo Signage Supplies.

CHEMOSOL
+27 11 058 3500
info@chemosol.co.za
www.chemosol.co.za

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