Laminators use heat or pressure-sensitive adhesives to apply lamination. Hot laminators heat materials to between 220 and 300 degrees F to seal and protect. They're ideal for laminating items not affected by heat, and produce high-quality lamination.
Some ink jet printers use inks that can melt when heated and other printers use heat-sensitive paper. Cold laminators are the best choice for protecting heat-sensitive materials, and also produce highly effective lamination.
Graphic Products offers lamination supplies for many specialized applications. High-gloss laminating film puts your displays in the best possible light. Matte finishes reduce glare to enhance readability. Varying mil thicknesses provide high flexibility and great strength. Laminating film comes in the type, width and length to satisfy virtually any lamination need you may have.
Graphic Products also gives you a choice of lamination pouches to protect file cards, driver's licenses and other documents. Even items subject to repeated handling retain their integrity when surrounded by this protective laminate.
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