of the Shirt
is the M&R Natural Gas Garment Dryer.
the shirt is printed, we place it on the dryers moving
belt. The temperature inside the dryer is about 380
degrees. The shirt will only stay inside of its dying
chamber for about 37 seconds. Enough to heat the shirt
and ink to about 335 degrees.
Usually, one more person is inspecting the shirts for quality as it makes it way to the end of the oven, then folds the garments in dozens.
Printing ink consist of four major components. Pigment,
(for the color). Oil (for the base). PVC's
When heated to 330 degrees, The oil evaporates and
turn the PVC
Yes, That print on your shirt is a thin coat of plastic
bonded to the fabric of your shirt.