|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu, China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiation|
|Packaging Details:||Oppbag+Carton / Oppbag +Box+Carton.(or as customers' requirements)|
|Delivery Time:||10-30 days upon receipt of the deposit.(based on your order quantity)|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, D/P, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||300 Tons per Month|
|Application:||Documents, Cards, Photos,Posters,etc||Processing Type:||Multiple Extrusion|
|Core Size:||25mm/58mm/76mm||Width:||Any Size As You Need|
635MM Clear Laminating Rolls 80Micron Lamination Film For Cards Documents
Laminating Roll Film in a variety of lengths, thickness and core size. When you have a lot of laminating to do, consider using a roll laminator. These are commonly seen in schools and print shops. Roll lamination is great when you have large documents or posters.
Laminating Rolls are used in pairs-with one roll on the bottom of the Roll Laminating Machine and one roll on the top. As the film is fed over the hot roller it heats up and the glue on the roll melts, enabling it to adhere to the document or poster that is being laminated. Once laminated, simply cut your documents to size.
|Paper Core||1"(25.4mm) ,58mm,or 3"(76mm)|
|Length||50-1500m (any length as customers' requirements)|
|Width||100-1230mm (any width as customers' requirements)|
|Packing||Oppbag+Carton / Oppbag +Box+Carton.(or as customers' requirements)|
3. Which micron should I choose?
A micron (or Mic) is the term used to measure the thickness of the lamination sheet. The higher the micron the thicker the sheet, and so the more rigid the finish when laminated. We sell pouches from 60 to 250 Mic. Choose the one that best suits your needs, all of our pouches are good quality. How do I choose the right laminating pouch micron? We recommend the following:
Core Size – This is the inner diameter of the cardboard core of the Laminating Roll. It is usually 76mm,58mm and 25mm.
Width – This is the mm measurement to suit your roll laminator. For example an 800mm wide Roll Laminator would use 790mm wide Laminating Rolls
Micron – This denotes the thickness of the Roll Laminating Film. For example 60 micron gives a lightweight finish and 150 micron gives a thicker laminate. The most popular weight used is 80 Micron.
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