Adkins Maxi A2 Heat Press

maxi a2 heat pressThis Adkins machine is the same as a Beta Maxi but with a larger A2 sized heat plate and table. The Adkins Maxi A2 is a technologically advanced manual heat press only supplied to special order. It benefits from a high quality cast aluminium frame and is ideal for most users. The swing head operation gives a perfect view of the transfer and garment allowing accurate and easy application, along with safety of operation. Fitted with a unique advanced computerised LED controller to accurately monitor both temperature and time settings. Pressure adjustment is by fingertip control. This press is suitable for both light and heavy pressure requirements.

The Adkins Maxi A2 Control Panel


•  Computerised LED digital microprocessor control
•  Digital temp./ time control
•  Illuminated on/ off switch
•  Countdown digital timer to buzzer alarm
•  Temp./ time controller has built in facility giving error messages with the event of a fault in either the heating element or control system, thus saving time and lost production

Features of the Adkins Maxi A2


•  Swing head operation for clear view of working area
•  Safety release catch
•  Fingertip pressure control
•  Cast aluminium construction for strength and durability
•  Self adhesive silicone base pad
•  Thermal cut out on the heating element shuts off power to the elements if the temperature exceeds 235ºC +/- 15ºC (455ºF +/- 27ºF)
•  Manufactured and tested to comply with EC safety regulations. CE labelled
•  Lifetime heat element guarantee
•  12 month warranty on machine
•  Full service/ spares support
•  Manual supplied illustrates electrical wiring diagrams, exploded diagram and parts list. Full safety instructions

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