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Ajax/American 18" Oversized Tapered Body Air Cover

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$33.95 - $37.95
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DURABLE, LONG-LASTING SHIRT PADS. FINEST IN THE INDUSTRY. GUARANTEED TO FIT YOUR PRESS AND LAST.

Made from the most durable materials to withstand the most rigorous temperatures. Our shirt pads are designed specifically to be easy-to-install and last longer. All seams are top stitched and reinforced to prevent fraying and unraveling. This 18" oversized body air cover will fit on Ajax/American models CBBY, DFB, CBBYV and DFBV.

Features

  • Durable
  • Top-stitched reinforced seams
  • Finest in the industry
  • Lasts longer
  • Easy-to-install

Product Specifications

Brand: Cleaner's Supply
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 18"
Material: Nylon
What could be the reason my airbag didn’t last as long as previous bags?
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It is important to regularly clean the heads of your shirt machine because starch will build up and can eat through the covers very fast.
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What would cause an airbag to turn almost black and develop holes in the airbag itself instead of the seams?
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The browning or burning of the air bags is something that occurs when the heads of the machine haven’t been cleaned in awhile. Not only do the heads stain the airbags, but also the chemicals and debris in the airbags tend to get the heads hotter than normal and will break down the airbags.
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Why would I start to notice the seams of the air bag coming through on the shirts?
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Check the last time you changed your steel base pad. If the steel base pad is shot, the padding will start to wear down quickly and you may start to notice lines in as little as a week.
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Do you carry the tapered style air bags for the Ajax machines?
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The PP112 is the tapered style for the 18" and the PP121 for the 20" units.
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Why would I get lines on the back of my shirts after installing a new Ajax air bag?
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The presser may be pulling the shirts too far down in the back. Thus the air flow will not reach the shoulder area properly and will start to put creases in the air bag. Once the air bag is creased and the crease is set you won’t be able to get the creases out of the air bag, thus going forward the creases will transfer to the rest of the shirts.
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Should I purchase an “oversized” or a regular air bag?
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Generally, if the majority of your shirts are a size 17-18 an “oversized” air bag is recommended. Shirt sizes 14-16-1/2 generally would work well on a regular sized airbag. If you have a double buck and a lot of both types of shirts, you can purchase 1 of each air bag and press the larger shirts on the oversized and the regular shirts on the regular sized airbags.
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What would cause creases in the front of the shirts, when a new air bag is put on as well as new covers and flannels?
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If the steel base pad has not been changed in awhile, the air bag cannot sit snuggly, and will shift during pressing. Once the crease is in the air bag, it’s nearly impossibly to get the crease out.
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Do you have any special instructions for installing new Shirt Unit Covers?
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The manufacturer recommends that the machines be run for a few pressing cycles with out any shirts on them. This removes wrinkles on the covers and flannels and allows a better fit on the buck. Also note that moisture and chemicals are the main cause for premature deterioration. And if the buck sits cold the deterioration process quickens. Run the bucks periodically to remove the moisture and chemicals that will harm the fibers in the covers. Be sure to inspect covers and bags for creases. When pressing shirts, there is resistance encountered from the shirts which may start to set a permanent crease. The creases- if not pressed will cause the material to weaken and a rip in the cover may form.
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How can I tell whether my Ajax shirt unit is a 20” or an 18” unit?
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Measure the width of the buck, do not include the side air bags. A buck that measures from 18”-19” across is an 18” unit. A buck that measures from 20”-21” across is a 20” unit.
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What are the features or advantages of Cleaner’s Supply’s Ajax Shirt Pads?
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We offer a stainless steel metal rope as opposed to a spring. Or the customer can choose to get this with out anything in the shoulder area. And all seams are top stitched and reinforced.
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What is the advantage to purchasing the Airbags cover for the Ajax with the metal rope, versus the Ajax Airbag without the metal rope?
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The Airbag with out the metal rope will allow for more airflow to the shoulder or yoke area. The Ajax Airbag with the metal rope helps the presser to not pull the shirts down too far. The metal rope is intended to eliminate creases along the shoulder.
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What would be a reason for lines along the sides of the shirts and under the arms on a Unipress CSB/ CDB/ CSBV/ CSDV unit?
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Typically this will happen on either all of the larger shirts (20, 21, 22) or all the smaller shirts (15, 16, 17). If using the oversized airbags, one may notice this problem on all the smaller shirts. If using the regular airbag, one would notice the problem on the larger shirts. The best solution, if his is a double buck unit, is to place a regular sized air bag on one of the bucks, and an oversized on the other buck and separate the shirts accordingly. If this is a single buck unit, determine what size shirts make up the majority of business, and purchase the airbag accordingly.
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