Air Force UV Combination Dryers
Air Force UV Combination Dryer 1http://natgraph.sawblade.org.uk/images/photos/Air-Force-UV-Combi.jpg
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Air Force UV Combination Dryer PLChttp://natgraph.sawblade.org.uk/images/photos/Air-Force-UV-CPLC.jpg
Natgraph manufacture a range of Air Force UV Combination Dryers that has been developed from many years of experience gained in the design and production of over 400 Combined Forced Air and Ultra Violet Conveyorised Systems, in daily use world-wide. These versatile dryers have the ability to dry both solvent based inks and Ultra Violet curing inks in the same unit
These dryers have been designed, developed and manufactured for drying surface coatings applied to graphics, glass, telecommunications, automotive and electronics etc, if there is a UV ink available for the application, Natgraph will have a solution.
With 7 standard belt widths, Touch Screen PLC Control System, 4 layouts, UV lamp systems with 1 or 2 lamps and modular design, this range of dryers is extremely adaptable, versatile and efficient.
- High efficiency fully focussed reflectors
- Quartz infra red heat filter
- Touch Screen, PLC Control System with hour meters
- Gas filled lifting arms on the hood
- Vacuum hold-down system
- Modular construction
- P.T.F.E. fibre glass belt
- Castors & jacking feet
- Colour coded to industry standards
- Optional ozone filter
A variety of options are available for the range of Natgraph Air Force UV Combination Dryers, which are intended to make the dryer more productive and versatile, whilst ensuring they fit into the intended location as efficiently and economically as possible.
1m UV Module
A 1m UV Module is also available, having all of the above mentioned features with the exception of the 1m cooling zone. In this instance a twin lamphouse, containing 2 lamps with fully focussed reflectors is fitted because of the reduction in available space. When UV is required to be fitted to an existing Air Dryer, even on other manufacturers units, the 1m UV Module can be used. These modules can also be added to existing Air Force Dryers at a later date.