Great feedback from Denmark

Danish textile transfer printing company, Dahetra, who are located in Skanderborg, have become the latest happy customers to sing our praises.

Dahetra ordered a new Natgraph Air Force Dryer and Stacker, complete with a new Sakurai MF80 flatbed press with automatic sensor positioning system, following a technical sales visit from Ulf Nilsson of Marabu Scandinavia and Tom Lyon and Alan Shaw of Natgraph, to review the existing production of textile transfers.

After recommendations on increased drying speed, space saving and lower energy consumption, Dahetra decided to invest and purchased a new line.

After only four weeks of production the news from Denmark was great: “Just wanted to say that our Natgraph equipment works very good. The options we got, variable fan speed, variable IR in % seems to be a very good specification for textile transfer application. We are very happy with the machinery and its performance“ – Per-Anders Larsson of Dahetra.

Another satisfied customer for Natgraph in a growing global sector!

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