Showcasing the Pro-Cure and Digi-Cure dryers, Kornit Storm HD6 and the Thermotron range of folding, bagging and packing machines

Adelco, which has specialised in manufacturing and supplying quality textile printing and drying solutions since 1972, is excited to announce the debut of the Kornit Storm HD6 printer at Printwear & Promotion Live! 2019. “The HD6 is a completely new ink set and offers exceptional printing profitability and the largest colour gamut as well as reducing ink consumption and reducing print costs,“ explains Adelco, adding that fully automated web-to-print workflow options are available for all Kornit machines. 

Alongside the HD6, Adelco will be demonstrating its “highly successful, flagship curing machine”, the Pro-Cure hot air textile conveyor dryer. The company explains: “The Pro-Cure is technically the most advanced textile dryer in the world and is available in five belt widths with any length of oven for all digital and conventional textile ink systems, complete with an advanced and efficient air flow and exhaust system.”

The Kornit Storm HD6 will be debuting at Printwear & Promotion Live! 2019

The Pro-Cure – Adelco’s flagship curing machine

Small but powerful

Besides the Pro-Cure, Adelco will be showing the Adelco Digi-Cure. “This small but powerful conveyor dryer has all the Adelco ‘knowhow‘ that will fit in a small footprint,” it reports. Mark Smith of Adelco comments, “Adelco has always concentrated on high airflow and efficient exhaust systems as the best medium for curing digital and screen inks with minimum effect to fabrics. The popularity of our dryers for Kornit printing systems and conventional water-based inks is a direct result of our reputation for supplying the most efficient dryers in both curing ability and low running costs. The Digi-Cure achieves the same curing standards, but at a more affordable price. It is particularly suited to the Kornit Breeze and StormII printer models and for those wanting an efficient dryer for curing other water-based, discharge and speciality textile inks.”

Adelco will also showcase folding, bagging and packing machines from Thermotron, which “has been known for its innovation and quality since 1977“. Its range of machines can be used independently or together to streamline the busiest of production lines, explains the company, and offers a solution for all budgets.

Adelco will be demonstrating the machines on Stand J20 at Printwear & Promotion Live!, and for any readers that are unable to attend, the company has all the systems ready for demonstration on a one-to-one basis at its Hampshire showroom.

www.adelco.co.uk