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SuperFAST Hi-Temp Grid Plate - 44" Legger For Forenta/Forse & Rimar

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$74.29 - $77.55
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More holes per inch, these steam fast!

SUPERFAST grid plates feature more holes per inch to give you a more even steam disbursement. The hi-temp fabric is ideal for pant pressing a sharp crease. It features a special diffuser to prevent jet marks. This 44" Legger grid plate will fit on Forenta/Forse models 47-LUL, LUR, MF, ML, MLR, MLS, VL, VLM, SML, SMR, 47-FG, FLM, FGR, FRPC, FRPCL, FRMR and FRPCR and Rimar model 80L.

Features

  • More even steam disbursement
  • Steams up fast
  • Ideal for pant pressing a sharp crease
  • Hi-temp fabric
  • 44" legger

Product Specifications

Brand: Cleaner's Supply
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 45" L x 13"-19" W w/Cut Out
Material: Hi-Temp Cover w/Aluminum Mesh Underside No padding
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Can press pads and grid plates be used on left or right handed machines?
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Yes, they are symmetrical and can be used on both. Also, right handed press means the narrow end is on the right (left hand, narrow end is on the left). The press pads also have the draw cord on the wide end. The legger press pads have the draw cord on the narrow end.
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When pressing on Ajax legger press, there are creases on the pants which are very badly like wrinkled. I just changed both the pad and grid plate. Why?
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Are you noticing wrinkles on all types of fabrics or just lighter weight materials? If it’s lighter weight materials you may want to reconsider your grid plate. The Hi-Temp Fabric (without flannel) and Non-Stick Coated Grid Plates are the best for pressing lighter weight materials. If you are already using one of these grid plates, make sure that your vacuum on the buck is operating correctly.
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Would it be safe to use the non-stick grid plate for all fabrics?
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This grid plate works well and will provide a sharp press for all garments, however, it can also leave a shine. You can lay a cloth down over garments that would be effected by this, or we would also recommend the Hi-Temp Fabric grid plate. The Hi-Temp Fabric grid plate will provide a crisp press and eliminate shine.
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What does High Temp refer to?
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This product is a high-temperature/ heat resistant material. The material is converted into fabric. It is heat and flame retardant and is used in the dry cleaning as well as other industries because of its strength and endurance.
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How long should a grid plate last?
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About 1-2 years.
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What causes “swirl” or “moiré” marks on garments after pressing on a new press pad, and how do you fix this problem?
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This problem is normally noticed on lighter fabrics, such as rayon. The reason for this occurrence is due to too much steam pressure coming from the top of the press. The top steam pressure should be shut off or reduced for about 3 weeks. As a press gets older the holes at the head of the machine get wider as well. More steam starts to flow from it. Because a new grid plate will function more efficiently, due to the fact that materials are more “breathable” and there is less starch, sizing or chemical build-up, the grid plate doesn’t need as much top steam to press. After about 3 weeks when the press pad isn’t as new, the top steam can be increased as necessary.
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What would cause a grid plate to “leak” water?
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Water coming from the head of the grid plate is typically caused by a bad or dirty steam trap, a bad or dirty check valve, or by the vacuum not working properly. Typically a water issue will be seen more with a Non-Stick Grid Plate, because unlike the Hi-Temp Grid Plate, there is no fabric to absorb the moisture. A grid plate does not cause a water problem.
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How do you install a grid plate?
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The grid plates we carry all come with instructions. For safe installation, install grid plate when the steam has been shut off and the press is cold. First, detach the springs from the worn grid plate and remove the grid plate from the head of the machine. Next, clean the rust off the head of the machine, using a soft wire brush or a hot head mitt. Then, to install the new grid plate, fit the grid plate onto the press head. Place springs over the top and hook springs into the eyelets to secure the grid plate. After, bring the head down and secure it by locking it. Push and bend the edges of the grid plate around the head. This will ensure a tight fit and will eliminate steam escaping from the edge of the head.
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What’s the difference between a “fast back” unit vs. a “scissor” pressing unit?
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On the fast back, the grid plate rests behind the unit. On the scissor unit, the grid plate hovers above the press pad.
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Where can I find the model number on my Forenta pressing unit?
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The model number on these units is found within the long serial number. Please give the serial number when ordering pads and covers for your unit. For instance: Serial # M3FGR546544447 is Model # 47FGR
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