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HPN™ Black Series™ 15" x 15" High Pressure Heat Press Machine

Item# HPN-BLK-1515
OUR PRICE: $359.95
List Price: $429.99
or as low as $32/month
Fullerton, CA: In Stock
Middletown, PA: In Stock
Sparks: In Stock
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The HPN 15" x 15" Clamshell High Pressure Heat Press Machine is unmatched in quality and craftsmanship in its size class. A complete commercial quality, business grade heat press at an unbeatable price.

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Every mechanical and technical detail has been developed with precision. The powerful clamp mechanism ensures increased leverage and torque with minimal effort. Provides complete end-to-end even pressure and heating. Top of its class digital temperature and timer gauge provides accurate readings in both Fahrenheit and Celsius degree measure. The HPN Black Series excels in all heat press applications including: heat transfer images, heat transfer vinyl, rhinestones, sublimation, screen printed transfers, Direct to Garment prints and much more.




  • Heat Press Style: Clamshell

  • 15" x 15" Baked on, Non-Stick Coated Heat Platen

  • Gauge Reading: Fahrenheit or Celsius degree measure

  • Digital Temperature Control

  • Digital Automatic Timer

  • Voltage: 110V-120V

  • Maximum Temperature: 400º F

  • Time Range: 0-255 Seconds

  • Improved heating element for quicker heat up

  • Opens approximately 50 degrees

  • Thick items capable (up to 1/2 inch thick)

  • Reinforced structure to ensure high pressure

  • Scratch resistant baked-on paint

  • Solid steel welded framework

  • Complete commercial business grade

Waranty information

Heat Press Nation provides a full and complete 1 year parts and service warranty from the original date of purchase. We carry all parts necessary to complete warranty service with the speed and efficiency that your business deserves. Warranty service does not include the cost of freight of the item to or from our facilities. If parts and/or accessories are needed at any time during the warranty period, Heat Press Nation will send them to you at no charge upon receipt of the defective part. Once the warranty period has ended, parts will be available at market price.


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Q: Can I glue the blue rubber mat down? Is there a reason it shouldn't be glued? I thought they were all glued down.

Posted On: 12/6/2017 By: Shara Maddox

A: Shara, you can definitely glue it down with super glue if you'd like. We stopped gluing the silicone pads on our machines because when it is time to replace it, it is very difficult to cleanly remove it. Often times, the glue will tear apart the silicone and you will have to use a blade or chisel to remove the remaining residue. So to avoid this, we recommend purchasing a lower platen protector to wrap around the base. This will not only keep the silicone pad in place but it will also keep your silicone pad nicely protected from any stains or residual mess. You will also be able to slide your garments through the lower platen with much more ease.
Q: When heated my machine drips a black residue from corners of the heatplate and onto my items .. when this cools it flakes off .. if touched when hot it smears and does not come off items. What is this substance and how do I keep it from happening?

Posted On: 3/6/2017 By: Mandi

A: Hi Mandi, the substance you're describing is definitely very odd and unusual. These machines have a teflon coating on the heating element to prevent residual build up but it should never drip like some form of residue. If it is dripping in a liquid form, it is definitely something other than what was manufactured on the machine. All type to grease is generally furthest away from the heating element. All that is inside would be electrical components and insulation material but nothing that would actually drip. If you are concerned with this, please do reach out to our technical department and we'll definitely look into this for you.
Q: My heat press isn't heating last 100 degrees F. I have had this heat press for a little over 6 months with no problems so I have no idea what happened. Thanks!

Posted On: 12/15/2016 By: Erica Blyue

A: Hi Erica, please go ahead and reach out to our technical support team and they will get everything figured out and resolved for you. Our number is 800-215-0894 and please dial 3 for tech support. You can always file a support with us at and a technician will be with you shortly.
Q: I asked u last night if another machine locked automatically or had to hold it down. U said all machines lock unless U have pressure too tight. Not true> I just returned one because U had to hold it down manually and I could not get enough pressure. That's the way it was made. It made for uneven printing and made a mess. I am researching now to find one like my sister has. It locks into place. U don't have to stand there and hold it down. Work's great!

Posted On: 8/26/2016 By: Debbie

A: Hi Debbie, we're not exactly sure which machine you are referring to but as far as any heat press goes, they are all supposed to lock regardless of structure, type, or model. The whole point of a heat press is that the construction and its locking mechanism is able to provide high pressure when it is closed. You should NEVER have to manually hold down your machine or else there could be issues with the pressure. If you have a manual open machine, if your pressure is set too high, it is unable to lock into place until you loosen the pressure. If you have an auto open and it does not lock in, then that means your magnet is not working as it should.
Q: I am only use heat at 300 and it's still leaving burn marks on all my shirts. Drifit shirts I'm doing at 290. How can I stop getting marks from the press or pillow?

Posted On: 8/7/2016 By: Erica

A: Since you are transferring an immense amount of heat and pressure to a piece of fabric some of a dye that companies use can burn very easily. To minimize this, we can recommend using the Vapor Apparel foam decorating kit to leave underneath the part you are trying to press. If you are transferring lets say, Siser Easyweed at 305F normally, you may want to use 285F. Please note, you cannot fully remove or negate the scorch marks. The reality is your fabric may just not be good for heat pressing and there is nothing you can really do further on.

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