Taconic produce several products both open mesh and solid fabrics for use in screen print and textile drying.
Open mesh products are used as they allow maximum heat flow through the product to be dried after washing or colour dying and are normally used in traditionally heated ovens such as gas and oil fired.
Solid and mesh belts are both used in the screen-printing process when the textile is being carried through an oven to heat set a screen-printed ink. This can be on clothing or rolls of textiles and although traditional heat can be used UV light drying is also common. Black fabrics are more commonly used for UV drying as they do not absorb the UV light.
The Taconic Anti-Static series of fabrics (AS) are commonly used in textile drying as they have the the highest thermal conductivity which provides the best heat transfer. They are normally chosen in applications where there is surface static build-up which requires dissipation, such as wallpaper drying which is done at very high-speed and causes lots of static electricity. Anti-Static materials are also known as static dissipative.
|Product||Standard width [mm]||Nominal thickness [mm]||Weight [g/m2]||Download datasheet|
|7305||2700, 3200, 3700||1,000||460||Log in|
|7305DF ST||3400||1,100||630||Log in|
|7305K (4x4mm)||2600||0,770||310||Log in|
|7305KG (4x4mm)||3600||1,150||644||Log in|
|7195K Porous (1x1mm)||2300||0,630||380||Log in|
|7305K (4x2mm)||1050||1,000||400||Log in|
|7148||1000, 1500, 2000||0,340||680||Log in|
|7278 AR||2100, 2600||0,670||1085||Log in|
Technical data above is based on our general experience and is given in good faith. We are however unable to accept responsibility in respect of factors which are outside our knowledge or control. All data is subject to change without notice. Some items may not be on stock and/or a minimum order quantity may apply.