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Introducing the Beast

The TS7 Smart heat press by Secabo allows for garment finishing at the highest level. In combination with a new type of membrane heating plate and a heated bottom plate, it mutates into the complete product – The Beast.

The TS7 Smart heat press is the first heat press by Secabo made in Germany. Thanks to its modular design, the newly developed Secabo TS7 Smart heat Press in combination with the Softheat SH7 heat plate and/or the Thermobase TB7 can master even the most demanding tasks in garment finishing. The combined product The Beast works quickly, protects the garments and solves problems that are common during transfer. Transfers across the collar, button strips and zippers, which were previously considered impossible, are no longer a problem.

The swing-away heat press TS7 Smart by Secabo brings garment finishing up to date. The press is a high performance, fast working product and processes large prints with a working surface of 40x50cm. With the press you can handle transfer objects up to 7cm in height.

The new TS7 Smart can optionally be controlled using the Secabo Smart Transfer App. With the app the user merely chooses the type of fabric as well as the desired transfer medium and the app automatically retrieves the appropriate temperature, time and pressure settings. With the new Secabo SH7 Softheat membrane heating plate, a membrane automatically inflates once the press is closed. This new heating technology, also made in Germany, compensates for unevenness such as seams, pockets or buttons and significantly minimises heat marks. Even shiny polo collars are thus a thing of the past. Pressure and temperature peaks at problematic areas such as buttons, collar, hem and seam are nearly eliminated. The softheat plate is ready for use after only three minutes of warming up and consumes significantly less electricity than conventional heating technology.

Secabo’s new heat press The Beast enables high-end applications and gentle garment transfers even across problem areas such as seams or pockets

With the new Thermobase TB7, Secabo also offers a heated base plate as an extension. This is particularly recommended for sensitive garments. It also enables its user to reliably perform white toner transfers and sublimation transfers. The heat is also supplied from below when using the thermal base. This allows for an overall lower transfer temperatures, shorter transfer times and minimises undesirable marks on garments.

Lotus Heat Presses No better return on Investment…

Solely manufactured in Italy since 1972, Lotus Heat Presses are available in manual, semi-automatic or pneumatic versions, from small format (13x12cm), to industrial size presses (180x100cm). With the use of different sized printing plates, or even a cap set on the ‘swap presses’, almost all jobs can be done with just one press. By request, Lotus can make individual press and accessories according to your requirements. With Mika-Tech smart heating technology for the most accurate and even heating of the platen on the market, providing a very fast start up time to press, Lotus Heat Presses are versatile, durable with low maintenance and are manufactured strictly according to EU quality and safety standards and come with an industry leading two-year warranty. Cost effective finance options are now available. Allowing you to free up cash, while investing in your business with the best equipment available.

With many heat press manufacturers to choose from, you need to be sure that you're going to get a great return on your investment. A press that won't let you down, no matter how hard you work it.

This is where Lotus come into their own, leaders of the pack, advantage Lotus!

Lotus Heat Presses sare distributed in the UK by Dae Ha UK.

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