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Quick Slip Pad Protectors

Increase productivity and the life of your heat press.

Quick Slip pad protectors reduce wear and tear on the lower platen of your heat press and make garment placement quicker and easier.

Choose from these fitted sizes:

  • 15" x 15"
  • 16" x 16"
  • 16" x 20"
  • 11" x 15"
  • 6" x 10"
  • 8" x 10"

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Questions

Increase productivity and the life of your heat press.

Quick Slip pad protectors reduce wear and tear on the lower platen of your heat press and make garment placement quicker and easier.

Is it important to use the correct pressure when applying designs to garments?

The key to proper application is the correct time, temperature and pressure for the material you are heat applying. If you have too much pressure it may result in strikethrough. Not enough pressure may affect the material's adhesion.

What are some of the indications that I may need a new heat press?

One of the main indicators would be certain areas of the applied design are peeling or not adhering fully to the substrate. When this happens it is usually from having cold spots within your heating element. A Heat Press Test Kit will identify the temperature of the four corners and center of the heat press.

I am trying to reset the time and/or temperature on my Fusion™ but nothing happens. What may be causing this?

Make sure that you are in the proper screen to access time/temperature adjustments.

What are the available voltages of Hotronix® heat presses?

Hotronix Heat Presses are available in both 110V or 220V.

Sometimes when I lock down my Auto Clam it releases too soon. Any suggestions?

If you can't get your heat press to stay closed, there may be too much pressure or the round magnet on the adjustment arm may need cleaning. Check with your manufacturer.

My heat press machine starts to heat but then stops. What should I check?

Verify if your machine is in the set temp or set time modes. This could be causing the heat press to stop heating.


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