Vastex Big Red 4D 54" x 8.75' Dryer
Big Red 4D 54" is a High Performance DTG, floor standing, dryers with Forced Air
Rated 950 Plastisol or 432 Waterbased or Discharge per hour
DTG White Ink 144 per hour at 2.5 minutes
240V Three Phase - $2.28 hour to operate**
240V Single Phase- 98 amp 3 wire -
* 54" wide belt by 8.75' length
* Digital Temp Control
* Digital Belt Speed Control
* Cures Plastisol, Waterbased & Discharge Inks
* Up to 950 pieces per hour
* High Powered booster panel at enterance
* Unique cooling bed at exit, cools as garment exit the chamber
* Adjustable Heater Height
* 4 infrared panels, total 22,800 watts of heat
* 15 Year Heater Warranty
* Upgradeable, Add on additional Belt extension and heat chamber.
BigRed® 4D Series dryer 54 in. belt widths are the largest and most powerful dryers engineered specifically for DTG digital inks and/or screen-printed plastisols, water-based inks and discharge, making them ideal for Kornit® and other high-volume DTG shops, as well as automatic screen printing operations requiring high capacities.
Model BR4D-V54 with a 54 in. (137 cm) wide belt and four 48 in. (122 cm) wide heaters (total 22,800 watts) cures 144 garments/h printed with DTG/digital white ink at 2.5 minutes dwell time, 432 garments/h with water-based ink or discharge, and 950 garments/h with plastisol ink.
The capacity can be doubled, tripled or quadrupled by adding one, two or three modular heating chambers and conveyor belt extensions — as new or when needs grow.
For example, a model BR4D-V54 with four heating chambers can cure 576 garments/h printed with DTG/digital white ink at 2.5 minutes dwell time, 1,728 garments/h with water-based ink or discharge, and 3,800 garments/h with plastisol ink.
All BigRed D Series dryers feature a high-powered pre-heating
zone that surges ink temperatures past 300°F (149°C) within the first several
inches of conveyor travel, maximizing dwell time at optimum curing temperatures
and, in turn, conveyor belt speeds and dryer output.
Air intake fans located below the roof of the enclosure
quietly draw 'make-up' air into the chamber's double-walled shell through
filtered inlets along opposite exterior sides at rates up to 560 cfm (15.6
m3/min), serving to cool the outer shell for safety, while preheating the
An exhaust fan located below the center of the conveyor belt
draws the preheated air downward at rates up to 900 cfm (25.5 m3/min), over the
garment and through the belt, removing heat, moisture and contaminants from the