Max Sheet Size - 74 cm (29”) x 52 cm (20.5”)
Min Sheet Size – SRA4 / 8.5” x 11”
Max Speed - 80 meters/min (265 feet/min)
Paper Weight - 90 gsm (60 lb) to 650 gsm (24 pt)
Film Range - 24 micron (1 mil) thermal to 75 micron (3 mil) thermal
with CC 76
· Footprint of 3.25 m x 1.5 m (10.6’ x 5’)
· Laminating nip pressure up to 6 metric tonnes
· Very heavy duty build quality - 25 mm (1”) thick
steel side plates with 150 mm (6”) x 75 mm (3”) steel
· 250 mm (10”) diameter highly polished chrome laminating
· Film is mounted on a micro adjustable quick-change airshaft
· Trim slitter and perforating mechanism fitted as standard
· Pneumatic clutch ensures precise film tension
· Swiss made water heater with accurate temperature control
up to 140°C (280°F)
· A rising pile, back separation Heidelberg Speedmaster 74
feed head & a vacuum feed table.
· The feed head is processor controlled, resulting in an
· The feeder is fitted with a mill skid plate, allowing a
full pallet of print to be loaded directly from the printing press.
· Integral snatch roller separator runs in-line.
· Features include an adjustable anti curl bar, pneumatically
adjustable in-feed nip rollers, and a pneumatic air clutch to give
a constant tension between the laminator and the sheeter, producing
· Sheets are delivered into a vibrating jogger as standard,
or an optional full pile Stacker (S).
· A litho printing term for two sides in one pass.
· Additional quick-change airshaft and heated rollers to
allow two sided laminating, with a chill roller to cool the product
prior to delivery.
· Mirror image of feeder complete with mill skid plate that
returns laminated sheets back into pile form.
· A photoelectric cell detects the front of the incoming
sheet and opens four pneumatic joggers whilst activating three under
sheet air blasts to float the sheet across the pile.
· Slow down drop wheels and the pneumatic joggers position
the sheet on the pile.
· The distance between the laminator and the sheeter is increased
in length by 50 cm (20”) to allow greater and easier access
to the rollers for routine cleaning, and to the film shaft(s) for
loading and unloading.
· Also equipped with a secondary perforating station.
· For use with thin paper.
· Situated in front of the nip roller, the front lays meet
the leading edge of the sheet and register the leading edge relative
to the trailing edge of the previous sheet, giving an accurate overlap
to within +/- 1 mm.
· A positive cam driven system controlled by a Siemens servo
· They allow the production speed of the machine to increase
to 80 m/min (265 ft/min).
· Siemens sinamic & simotion electronics, incorporating
a remote diagnostic facility via an Ethernet broadband connection
& wireless webcam and mobile Skype phone.