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[Kornit 932NDS] How to reduce the odor of the exhaust from the dryer?

 
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Old November 11th, 2010 Nov 11, 2010 5:04:29 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to reduce the odor of the exhaust from the dryer?

Do anyone have the idea to reduce the exhaust odor out of the dryer when curing the garment?
My neighbor can't endure this smell.
 
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Default Re: How to reduce the odor of the exhaust from the dryer?

I don't think you can reduce smell. Longer exhaust, past your neighbour? Carbon filters that work within solvent based digital printshops work at room temperature. I don't think they can endure 130+ degrees C
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Do anyone have the idea to reduce the exhaust odor out of the dryer when curing the garment?
My neighbor can't endure this smell.
Where is you neighbor? Vent thru the roof if possible and put in an inline exhaust fan in the flue pipe. sounds like you have a mechanical issue in the dryer. I have multiple ma chines running in one room thrue interchange MD80 gas ovens with no smell.
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Default Re: How to reduce the odor of the exhaust from the dryer?

Hi,

My workplace is in city, just next to my neighbor.
If I let the exhaust pipe into a box with water mist spray, is it useful?
I think inks and fixation are water-based, it should work.
How do you think?

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Hi,

My workplace is in city, just next to my neighbor.
If I let the exhaust pipe into a box with water mist spray, is it useful?
I think inks and fixation are water-based, it should work.
How do you think?

Earl
It is recomended that ANY exhaust from printing be sent directly outdoors! How is you dryer vented?
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