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SuperFAST Utility Press Pad For Sankosha

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$92.50 - $96.89
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INCREASE YOUR PRESSERS OUTPUT WITH SUPERFAST PADS.

Our SUPERFAST press pads are constructed with porous materials that allow steam to flow better and vacuum faster which increases your pressers production rate per hour. Our pads steam up in 6 seconds where other brands take 12 seconds. The thick, resilient foam adds cushion and insulation while absorbing impressions from pockets, buttons and zippers. The heavy flannel layer prevents the pad from drying up and cracking while the heavy mesh bottom allows quick steam flow. The self-locking closure provides a snug, secure fit. This 46" Utility Press Pad will fit on Sankosha models KMP250 and DF250.

Features

  • Specially constructed with thick, resilient foam
  • Increase pressers production
  • Heavy flannel layer
  • Heavy mesh bottom
  • Breathes easily

Product Specifications

Brand: Cleaner's Supply
Units: Each
Material: Various
Why does my press pad get wet with water during the morning when I turn on the boiler?
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If the buck valve is malfunctioning, it will cause excessive water accumulation. You may also want to check the steam trap and check valve closest to that press.
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Why is my new press pad retaining moisture- but when I reinstall my old press pad the water isn’t retained?
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Typically, water retention is due to a malfunctioning vacuum, steam trap, check valve, or the presses steam valve. The pad has a ¾” foam core which will absorb moisture if anyone of those aforementioned items are not working properly. The reason an older pad wouldn’t absorb moisture- is because the old pad’s foam core has started to harden and turn into “clay” which won’t hold moisture- but which will also not provide the resiliency that is needed to offer a quality press.
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Should there be any staples in the press pads?
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When manufacturing the press pads, staples are used to hold the pieces in place while sewing. While the majority of staples are removed after assembly, some do remain from time to time. The staples do not need to be there and can be removed. However, if they are left in, they will not cause any damage to the garments, as the garments wouldn’t come into contact with them if they are installed properly.
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Why would a press pad not get the full 3-5 month life expectancy?
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The main reason this would happen would be if the press wasn’t being used very often. For example, if a press was only being used for a couple hours a day, the press pad is not getting the steam flow needed through the foam rubber center of the pad to keep it moist and resilient. If the press pad is only coming in contact with heat, this will start to dry out the press pad and in turn shorten the life of the pad.
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How long should a press pad last?
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It should last about 3 months, but it’s largely dependent upon usage
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What are the features or advantages of Cleaner’s Supply’s press pads?
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Lots of reasons. We have ¾” foam as opposed to ½”. Our outer layer have a more porous, breathable layer, a heavy flannel layer prevent drying and cracking, a heavy bottom mesh and breathable cover. Pads come with instructions, a place to note when you put the pad on your press, and a reliable drawcord lock. Pads come with strong double prong stabilizing springs.
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Why are Cleaner's Supply's press pads longer and wider than that of other press pad manufactures?
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Cleaner's Supply's press pads leave extra room all along the edge of the press pads for a couple of reasons. First, the extra over hang covers the perimeter of the press, which helps to protect the presser from burns. Second, all foam shrinks in time. Our pads compensate for that shrinkage. Some of the competitor's pads provide no additional overhang, so when the foam padding shrinks, the surface area of the pressing surface is compromised creating a poorer quality press.
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What are the covers of our press pads made of?
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They are a blue polyester material.
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Why does my press pad have a strong foam rubber smell?
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The press pads have a ¾” foam rubber pad, and some batches of this foam are stronger than others. After a weeks use, the smell should dissipate.
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What would cause a press pad to display abnormal shrinkage?
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Abnormal shrinkage in a press pad in normally caused by a steam leak in the pressing machine itself. It is best to have the machine looked at by a mechanic.
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Why would a press pad be retaining water?
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Typically, water retention is due to a malfunctioning vacuum, steam trap, check valve, or the presses steam valve. The pad has a ¾” foam core which will absorb moisture if anyone of those aforementioned items are not working properly. The reason an older pad wouldn’t absorb moisture- is because the old pad’s foam core has started to harden and turn into “clay” which won’t hold moisture- but which will also not provide the resiliency that is needed to offer a quality press.
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What is the best way to install a Utility or Pant Press Pad?
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To install the press pad: 1. Center the press pad on the buck. 2. Close the press head and lock. 3. Pull the draw cord tight, and then pull outward so closure is locked into place. 4. Tie the rest of the cord tightly around pedestal. Pull the attached springs forward and hook around the rod in the press pad’s skirt.
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Why would a new press pad hold water, but when the old used pad is put back on it doesn’t hold water?
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The reason a press pad would hold water is because the vacuum is not working properly, and is not effectively pulling the moisture through. An old used press pad may not have collected the water because it is compressed and hard and will not allow the moisture to settle anywhere, thus the excess moisture rolls off the sides. While the older pad may not hold the moisture, it is also not providing a resilient area to press on, and will not allow for a good steam flow.
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