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Laminators - A Short Guide
A laminator is an essential piece of equipment for any business. The cost of a small laminator designed for occasional use will soon outweigh the costs of taking your materials for laminating to another business.
Laminators are great value for money, with even the most high-spec models, which are designed for frequent use, coming in at very affordable prices and being a great investment for any business.
Laminators can prove useful to your business in a number of ways, including: laminating photos, security and identity passes for your staff and visitors; laminating photos and signs for displays; and laminating important notices to disseminate information around your workplace.
Laminators are also very handy for any business involved in catering, conferencing or entertainment, as they can be used to protect and display table plans, price lists, signs for guests and visitors and to create professional-looking displays for conferences and events.
A good range of laminators is available on the market from a variety of manufacturers, with a selection of different options and specifications. Whether you require a desktop laminator for occasional use, a small laminator for use on security and identity passes, or a high-volume laminator capable of producing laminated items in large quantities, you will be able to find a model that suits you and your business requirements at a good-value price that will soon be working to save you money.
The GBC Docuseal 40P Laminating Machine is an excellent value-for-money laminator and is great for laminating smaller items, with a laminator width of up to A7 in size. Using heated roller technology, this laminator can work on fixed hot or cold settings and has a capacity of up to 200 credit card-sized items per hour. It can laminate all paper surfaces and has a short three to five minutes warm-up period.
The Renz HT 320P Photo Pouch Laminating Machine has a working width of up to A3 in size and features a four-roller system, which gives a professional laminating quality. The machine's LCD display has a range of pre-installed programs for easy operation and the laminator is also fitted with an automatic temperature control for safety. The Renz HT 320P has been designed to operate continuously and comes with a selection of power output options.
The GBC Heatseal H210 Laminating Machine is highly affordable and compact in design. It can laminate documents up to A4 in size at a rate of up to 65 per hour and it also features a specially-designed "exit tray", which keeps the item straight once laminated to combat warping and curling on exit. The machine has a fast five-minute warm-up period, with a light function to indicate when it has reached the optimum temperature to laminate. The GBC Heatseal 210 also saves energy by switching itself off when it hasn't been used for an hour and its compact size means it can fit easily on a desktop.
The Vivid Linea DH-360 Roll Laminating Machine is a good value, high-volume laminator. It can laminate documents up to A3 in size, with adjustable speed and temperature controls and has a maximum laminating temperature of 140 C. The Vivid Linea DH-360 has a continuous laminating speed of 1.6 metres per minute and comes with a one-year warranty.
The GBC Titan 165 Roll Laminating Machine is the ultimate in roll laminators and is designed to a very high specification for the business that is serious about laminating. It has an excellent range of features, including a foot pedal, print baskets and a reversible motor. It is the ideal choice for any business looking to produce very high quality, large laminates on a frequent basis and can handle prints measuring up to 1.57 metres.
Vincent Woodall is the sales and marketing manager of AB Technology (London) Ltd (ABT) an award-winning office equipment and office furniture supplier and has been employed in the industry since 1985. ABT's laminator website can be found at http://www.print-finishing-paper-handling.co.uk/laminating/index.htmAdded: 15 ноября 2007