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Pearl Elite Direct to Garment Automated Pretreatment Machine



The Most Advanced DTG Pretreater Pretreatment Machine!

The Pearl ELITE Pretreatment Machine is the ultimate pretreat machine. Pearl Elite Pretreater is fabricated from premium materials, the Pearl Elite works just as good as it looks. A fully enclosed spray area and the proprietary internal filtration system guarantee zero pretreat emissions. The touch screen interface provides intuitive user control. Advanced features such as a cycle counter, level meter, production calculator and savable settings ensures consistent production.

Small Compact Design 19.5" x 28" x 19.5" that can fit anywhere!

  • Flexible and consistent spray amount adjustment: 20~100
  • Flexible and accurate spray length adjustment: 1ses to 20ses
  • Quick and easy preset options: Allows you to save multiple settings (spray amount & length)
  • Touch screen control
  • Daily spray amount counter: Counts how many garments were produced daily/weekly basis
  • Easy to clean, almost no overspray, consistent spray pattern
  • Air exhaust vent: No pretreatment build ups
  • Pretreatment cost calculator: Pretreat Cost calculator calculates the actual cost of pretreatment being used depending on your settings

Available Options:

Pearl PTM DTG Pretreatment MachinePearl Elite DTG Pretreatment Machine
  • Spray Area: 16" x 21
  • Spray Density: 14g - 40g
  • Speed: 300 shirts/hr
  • Touch Screen Controls
  • Spray Area: 16" x 20
  • Spray Density: 14g - 36g
  • Speed: 100 shirts/hr
  • Touch Screen Controls
  • Fully enclosed spray area

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All Pearl pretreatment machines are backed by a one year warranty.

WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment when working with specialty printing and curing products and processes (including DTF, DTG, UV) as fumes may be hazardous. Specialty inks and film require a good humidity and temperature environment (50% - 70% humidity, and 75° to 80°F) to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling)