The freestanding Red Chili D quartz flash cure system uses medium-wave sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps with adjustable
intensity. Instant-on flash cure technology conserves energy by reverting to standby status when the screen printing press is idle,
and the curing lamps are divided into three flashing zones, which can be operated independently or in any combination.
flash cure zones on small screen print areas reduces ambient heat, lowers energy costs, and leads to faster substrate cooling. Flash
cure duration can be controlled by a digital timer or by M&R’s exclusive InkSense substrate temperature sensor. Co-developed
with a major sensor manufacturer, InkSense automatically shuts off the flash cure unit when the substrate reaches operator-set
temperature. That helps prevent over-flashing, a major cause of dye migration and synthetic garment shrinkage.
sensor switch can be positioned on either side of the flash cure unit, activating the flash when the printing pallet approaches.