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SETeMa's B-STeaM fixation unit, first shown at FESPA
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May '11
SETeMa BV will introduce B-STeaM fixation unit FESPA 2011 (A1/E25) which will be take place during May 24-27 in Germany.

Although suitable for the fixation of all dyestuff classes the steamer is of typically interest for printshops and designers that like to step into cotton and silk print-fixation.

The B-STeaM gives them the reliable and affordable steamer to extend their business. Owing to the proved technique of it's steamers and many years of experience in steamer
development, SETeMa was able to meet customer demands for an affordable compact steamer that fit their growing business. The B-STeaM is a professional steamer that can simply be rolled into place through a standard door.

Specific properties:
• On-board steam generator
• Low operational and maintenance costs
• Roll-To-Roll
• SETeMa's own High STeaM re-flow system for exceptional colour brightness
• One size, one type, no compromise on quality
• Lowest price in it's class.

With temperatures between 100 and 180°C and dwell times from 2 to 30 minutes the B-STeaM is suitable for the fixation of all textile dyes. Typically 100 - 105°C for Reactive and Acid dyes, 165 - 180°C for Disperse dyes and hot-air fixation at 150°C for Pigments.

The B-STeaM is the typical steamer for start-up of a growing business or to extend the printing business with high quality and reproducible fixation results.

The B-STeaM comes in a 2.20 meter width.

With the introduction of the B-STeaM at Fespa, SETeMa now produces 3 different steamer types to offer each customer the steamer that fits their capacity and price.

Based in the Netherlands SETeMa B.V., which was founded in 2002, develops and manufactures machinery for dyestuff fixation, coating/padding, washing, finishing and drying of textiles.

SETeMa is focussing towards all textile finishing processes around printing, with textile machinery based on the scientific knowledge of the underlying processes. Continuous innovation has led to a range of modular finishing equipment with the highest possible performance and a low energy and water consumption as typical features. The modularity of the equipment enables customers, also afterwards, to combine various configurations to their production needs and budget at that moment.

SETeMa BV

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