Roll laminators are designed for fast high quality, high volume laminating. Roll laminators are a popular choice for large documents. These laminators use two continuous rolls of laminating film making them an excellent choice for posters and banners. Roll laminators usually use two rolls of laminating film -- one roll is placed above the feed tray and one roll is placed under the feed tray. To laminate, the document is placed on the feed tray and gently pushed toward the laminator. The rollers of the laminator pull the document toward the laminating film for laminating. After the document is laminated there is usually trimming needed.
We offer ROLL LAMINATORS
from 12'' up to 44'' in width. Many of these laminators offer various features like automatic shut off, (the laminator shuts off after a few hours if the laminator is not in use) automatic reverse, (reverses the machine in case of a misfed document or wrap around) Variable speed, (controls the speed of the laminating) Adjustable temperature control, (allows you to adjust the temperature for various thicknesses of laminating film) Heated Rollers (provide bubble free laminations).
We offer ROLL LAMINATING FILM
in two grades Standard and Premium. The standard laminating or school laminating film is made of a polyester base and a polyethylene adhesive that produces clear laminations. This economical laminating film adheres to a variety of material and is popular with schools. The Premium laminating film is made of a copolymer adhesive that reduces film distortion and improves clarity. It provides excellent encapsulation on a wide variety of materials. It is perfect for high speed applications. NYLON SINGLE-SIDED LAMINATING FILM
is specially designed for single-sided lamination and works exceptionally well for single-sided applications such as paperback book covers, maps and posters. The film has a nylon base which resists curling and lays flat, plus it is scratch and tear resistant. The nylon laminating film rolls have a larger diameter and are usually on a 3'' core which is larger than the standard roll laminating film. This may limit the ability of your laminator to handle this lamination.