Dryers - Gas-Fired
M&R makes the most efficient gas and electric screen printing conveyor dryers. With process and set temperatures controlled digitally—and with CoolSkin™ technology keeping the heat inside the curing chamber—it’s no wonder each M&R electric or gas screen printing conveyor dryer has the highest production rates and highest level of energy efficiency in its class. No competing electric or gas silk screen printing dryers come close.
Sprint® is the most venerated name in gas dryers, with more than two decades leading the industry in innovation, efficiency, durability, and affordability. And Sprint 2000 high-production screen printing conveyor dryers are worthy heirs to that tradition. Sprint 2000 models are available in a wide variety of configurations, with dryer belt widths from 97 to 183 cm (38" to 72"). Not only does each Sprint 2000 model have the highest production capacity in its class, each is also the most energy efficient. Heavy-duty thermal insulation prevents heat from migrating from the conveyor dryer chamber into the workplace, while CoolSkin™ technology leaves the dryer skin cool to the touch.
Sprint 3000 is the most innovative and dependable gas dryer in the industry. Sprint 3000’s large color touchscreen control center features icon-based labeling and can display information and commands in multiple languages. It also displays real-time performance data, including temperature, temperature history, and output from the included temperature probe, which can be used to track substrate temperature as it passes through the dryer.
Sprint® 3000T is the most innovative gas conveyor dryer in the screen printing industry. It features three independent conveyor belts on three levels that deliver maximum drying capacity in a minimal footprint. In fact, Sprint 3000T manages to squeeze over 914 cm (30') of belt travel in the space required for a 366 cm (12') heat chamber. The infeed carries substrates to the top level and smoothly transfers them to the middle belt. The middle belt carries those substrates back through the chamber in the opposite direction before making another smooth transfer to the bottom belt. The bottom belt carries them through the heat chamber a third time before delivering them to the outfeed.