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Studio Mug Press

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  • Application: Mugs
  • Printing Diameter:
    11oz -15oz or 12oz - 17oz latte style mugs
  • Digital Time and Temperature Control

     £485.00 excl. VAT

     £582.00 incl. VAT

  
 
    
 Studio Mug Press

The Studio Mug Press is manufactured to an extremely high quality and is a highly-advanced mug press that can be used to apply transfers to most types of mugs, money banks, water bottles, flasks and much more.

The Studio Mug Press is manufactured to an extremely high quality and is a highly-advanced mug press that can be used to apply transfers to most types of mugs, money banks, water bottles, flasks and much more.

It’s lightweight, portable, simple to operate and requires minimum operating space, so is ideal for environments with limited working space or for use under a retail counter.

Features include an LED controller that provides a simple interface allowing you to set your required time and temperature, fingertip pressure control, an illuminated on/off switch.

Supplied with our large standard mug element that accommodates an Ø-80 mm mug, but additional mug elements are available for Ø-72 mm mugs and coffee ‘smugs’.

  Other Information
  Weight  9.5kg
  Brand  Adkins
  Heat Press Type
  Mugs
    
  Working Area (W x H x D):  17 x 41 x 58cm
  Power Requirements:  230 volts AC / 3 Amp Fuse / 280 watts
  Heat Element:  Mica Heating Element
  Frame Material:  Cast Aluminium
  Control Unit:  LED Digital Microprocessor Control
  Working Temperature:  0 – 260 °C
  Display Timer Range:  0 – 9999 sec
  Warranty:  12 months (machine)
    
 

Product Safety Notice

Elements for the Studio Mug Presses

It has been brought to our attention that there is a potential issue with some of the elements in our Studio range of mug presses.

We take the safety of our products very seriously and as a precaution, we would like to make our customers aware that a very small percentage of elements may have a fault.

The most common problem is that the PTFE surrounding the element can become worn and peel away at the top or bottom corners exposing the element winding behind.  If the ceramic mug thereafter comes into contact directly with the element winding it may cause a spark, and in exceptional circumstances, may cause a flame.  Please note, this is a rare occurrence.

Please ensure when inserting a mug into the press you do so carefully and do not ‘knock’ the corners of the element, thus weakening the PTFE.  Never open and/or close the element without a mug being properly inserted.  Taking extra care during operation will extend the life and performance of the element.

If you have any concerns or require further information please contact This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

Issued Date: 19 November 2020


      
      
 

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