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Fast flash-off system for water-borne lacquers. This type of dryer uses infrared irradiation with various wave lengths in the different phases of the process together with forced ventilation. This combination activates the evaporation process from deep inside the lacquer layer towards the outside.

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Most of the water evaporates immediately through optimized IR, before the lacquer starts filming; this prevents water absorption by the substrate and achieves a finished surface with no mud-cracking. The Idro flash-off times range from 3-6 minutes depending on the quantity and type of lacquer applied (water-borne or UV water-borne).


Homogeneous drying over the whole piece.


Most of the water is evaporated immediately before the surface layer of the paint begins to film; this avoids that part of the water is absorbed by the support material and that the dried surface presents some splits. The drying times vary from 3 to 6 minutes depending on the applied weights and the type of paint (water, UV water).


Flexibility of power regulation to be applied based on weight and working speed.

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