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Heat Transfers on Promotional Products

Heat Transfer Printing is the process of transferring your company logo via heat onto promotional products. There are two ways to transfer the design; with a press or with an inkjet or electrostatic printer. To use the heat transfer method to print onto an object, the design must be printed onto transfer paper first. To obtain the correct look, the design must be printed in reverse. The transfer paper is then applied to the object using heat and pressure. Heat presses typically heat the transfer to 375 degrees for 15 to 20 seconds. Heat transfer printing is clean and environmentally safe, which makes it appealing in today's health and safety conscience work environments. There are no suspect liquid by-products. The only by-product used is paper. Heat Transfers are a common printing choice for promotional products such as Cotton, Nylon and Satin Eye Masks, Mouse Pads, Waterproof Jackets and Apparel.