Product Spotlight – The 8-Temp Thermolabel 130-200°F

Many of Paper Thermometer's temperature label products have found a use in more than one industry. We are going to take a closer look at one of these temperature labels and explore a few of the varied applications that benefit from it.

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Clean in Place: What is it and How Does it Work?

Clean in Place is a system of cleaning pipes and filters in manufacturing facilities which make liquids or processed foods. Because of the nature of their work, sanitation is a high priority. Whether making soda and beverages, processing dairy products, producing pharmaceutical medicine, or even making cosmetic make-up products, cleanliness is key for both employee safety and to make a product usable by the public as intended.

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How to Clean Your Heat Press Platen

Almost everyone who uses a heat press has wondered how to effectively clean the platen. Whether it needs to be cleaned because there is adhesive residue on it, you accidentally printed a transfer upside down or the heat press temperature was so high that something melted and the area smells like chemicals and burning plastic, try one or more of the following suggestions.

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How to Find the Right Temperature For Dye Sublimation

Dye sublimation -- the process that makes it easy to bring unique and custom-designed products like apparel, mugs and mouse pads to life -- involves a sort of preciseness to get the right results. Careful planning and execution can result in the rendering of objects of beauty and appeal.

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What to Consider When Choosing The Right Heat Press

The heat press you choose can make or break your business. Choose the right one and you'll marvel at the seamless way it increases your profit margin while delivering top-quality merchandise.

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What You Need to Start Printing on Performance Fabrics

Printing on performance fabrics is different than printing on fabrics made of polyester/cotton or cotton alone. In order to be successful at doing so, you need to be aware of three crucial variables that affect these fabrics differently: heat, bleed and stretch.

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