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Marlon 350A Double Head Spiral Coil Air Powered Crimper
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Marlon 350A Double Head Spiral Coil Air Powered Crimper

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Marlon 350A Double Head Spiral Coil Air Powered Crimper

Part #: MARLON350A
Brand: Marlon
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ProductDescription

The Marlon 350A is an air powered spiral coil crimping tool that is designed to increase your plastic spiral binding production. This operator friendly machine is capable of 50 cycles per minute, and features a coil waste chute that uses standard plastic grocery bags for clipping waste containment. The Marlon 350A is an inexpensive yet extremely versatile tabletop machine that cuts and crimps 6mm through 50mm coil, with an adjustable binding length from 3.5" to 14". The 350-A comes with 3 interchangable cutter blades; A size - 6mm to 7mm, B size - 8mm to 25mm, C size - 12mm to 50mm with a long tail. The machine is shipped with the B size cutter blades installed.

Product Details

  • Crimps 6mm through 50mm coil
  • Minimum binding edge is 3 1/2 inches
  • Coil waste chute
  • 50 cycles per minute
  • Interchangeable cutter blades (A Size for 6mm - 7mm, B Size for 8mm to 25mm, C Size for 12mm to 50mm)
  • The Marlon 350 comes assembled with set B
  • Shipping Weight: 50 lbs.
  • 14 inch binding length
  • Foot pedal operation
  • 90 degree cut angle
  • Uses standard plastic grocery bag for clipping containment
  • Perfect crimp every time
  • Air specifications for 350A: Maximum Air - 120 PSI (No Electricity Required)

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