The GBC Heatseal H425 commercial photo quality laminator designed for offices with moderate use. The Heatseal 425 includes a menu-driven, user-friendly control panel with LCD display that is easy to use (even for beginners). The 425 laminates documents up to 12.5" in width and accepts 3mil to 10 mil pouches and mount boards. The H425 laminator also includes a variable temperature control with warm-up countdown and has a cold setting for use with GBC Selfseal cold process laminating pouches. It also has a high speed motor that is capable of laminating documents up to 15" per minute. The GBC H425 Heatseal laminator also has an auto shutoff that turns the laminator off after one-hour of inactivity and a reverse motor for clearing pouch jams. With all of these features, the H425 is ideal for laminating all of your documents, signs, ID badges, menus and brochures. Try it for yourself today.
GBC is manufactured by ACCO Brands. ACCO started in 1883 and soon revolutionized the offices, schools and work spaces by creating ring binders, paper clips, and the staplers. GBC is a leading manufacturer of paper shredders, laminating machines, binding machines and report covers and folders.
GBC’s flagship shredder, GDX1813 Cross-Cut Jam Free Shredder, is popular among offices. It has an incredible shredding capacity with the ability to shred a variety of non-paper items. In addition, GBC takes pride in producing the world’s fastest laminator known as HeatSeal QuickStart H420 and H320 which is jam free and laminates 14 letter sized documents based on total time taken from “power on”.
GBC is committed to create strong and successful brands that will be recognized worldwide as market leaders. Having a strong focus on the future, it realizes that it is very important to strive and improve the value and competitive position of its products. It leads the way in providing document security solutions for every office and personal need.
Laminators bond layers of materials together. These can be plastic films on glass, wood, or other substrates. Laminators can be hydraulic platen presses, roll laminators and large, continuous roll laminating systems. Laminators can be hot or cold laminators depending on the application needed and the materials used.
Desktop laminators are frequently used for making badges or identification cards, report covers, and signs. They encapsulate layers of material in plastic and use a plastic pouch or a plastic laminating sheet. Other laminators use a roll laminator, which can take a continuous roll of film or plastic. Laminators apply film to a variety of materials like copper, stainless steel, brass and even printed circuit boards (PCBs).
Some laminators apply protective materials to fabrics providing water-proofing, ultraviolet (UV) light resistance, and durability. Fabric laminating bonds a layer of vinyl to fabric, but may use polyester and polyurethane. These can be breathable or non-breathable; it depends on the application. Application include variety of footwear and apparel for sports, strong and durable barrier fabrics laminated with rubber or nylon.
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