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Unipress Oversized Body Air Bag

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$69.50 - $76.50
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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 Oversized Body Air Bag will fit on Unipress models CSB, CDB, CSBV and CDBV.

Features

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

Product Specifications

Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 20"
Material: Polyester
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 could cause the sides of a shirt to tear after being used on a shirt unit?
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There are a few things that could cause this. Normally and air bag, even with too much air pressure coming up the sides wouldn’t be able to cause this type of damage alone. Typically if a shirt has chemicals left in it after the cleaning process, this could start to break down the fabric and weaken the shirt. Check to be sure that the soap and sour is being rinsed out and extracted.
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Why would the vacuum on a shirt unit perform poorly?
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If the vacuum of the shirt unit isn’t performing well, check the following: 1. Make sure the right size flannel in being used. The vacuum units should use no more than the 30-oz. flannel. Also make sure that the flannel is still functional and not compressed and hard. 2. Every time the flannel and covers are changed, be sure to vacuum the steel mesh. The steel mesh is acting as a lint catcher and may compromise the vacuuming function on the unit. When changing the steel mesh, clean or vacuum out the vacuum holes in the unit, keeping the passage free of lint and debris will increase the vacuuming function.
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What are the features or advantages of Cleaner’s Supply’s Unipress Shirt Pads?
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It has a metal zipper on the front that won’t melt like the plastic ones. Silicon is placed on the seams to seal in air and Velcro straps are sewn in the bag for easy installation.
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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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How do I ensure the longevity of the Unipress Air Bags?
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Unipress recommends that when changing the air bag, that the airbag pressure be reduced to 0 psi before running the machine. Then adjust the pressure up as necessary (we recommend for new air bags that the psi be at 1.5). If the pressure is not reduced on a new bag the bag may over inflate and tear the seams, thus not allowing the air bags to hold the air. For the optimal press, the bag should be changed when it can no longer hold a minimum if 2 psi. The cover and padding should be changed when it shows signs of wear or when the air bag is changed.
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