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Heat Laminating Pouches, 9x11-1/2in, PK100
- Item # 6HKA3
- Mfr. Model # 734729
- UNSPSC # 44102002
- Catalog Page # 2156
- Shipping Weight 6.52 lbs.
- ItemLaminating Pouches
- Thickness7 mil
- Melting Temperature Range250 Degrees F
- For Use WithMfr No. LA-6020, LA-7020
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Pouch laminators require the use of laminating pouches. Pouches are plastic ‘booklets’ sealed on one side. The inside of the pouch is coated with heat activated glue that adheres to the product being laminated as it runs through the laminator.
Laminating pouches come in a variety of sizes and mil thicknesses—the greater the mil thickness, the higher the rigidity of the laminate. The width of the pouch used should not and cannot exceed the width that your specific laminator can
accommodate—check your laminator instruction manual for the width specification.
To determine the size of pouch needed for your document:
For small documents – measure your document and add 1/8” to each side. This ensures that there is a 1/8” border around your laminateddocument resulting in a tight, air-proof seal.
For large documents – measure your document and add 1/8” to each side.This ensures that there is a 1/4” border around your laminated document resulting in a tight, air-proof seal.
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