Royal Sovereign IL-1346W 13" 4-Roller Hot and Cold Pouch Laminator
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Royal Sovereign 13" 4-Roller Hot and Cold Pouch Laminator (IL-1346W)
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- Four Roller System
- The four roller system provides precise heat and pressure to ensure high quality lamination.
- Hot and Cold Lamination
- The laminator can easily be adjusted to handle both hot and cold lamination pouch film. Can accept pouches up to 330 mm (13 in.) wide.
- Touch Screen Temperature Control
- Use the touchscreen display to switch settings for different film thicknesses from 3 mil - 7 mil.
- Quick 60 second warmup.
- Built-in Cooling Fan and Exit Plate
- Keeps laminator surface from getting hot and laminated materials flat and cool to touch upon exit. Also prolongs roller life.
- Fast Speed
- Laminates up to 23.6" (600 mm) per minute. This machine is equipped with overheat protection and auto shut-off after 30 minutes of non-use.
- Patented Auto-Reverse
- Retrieves jammed or incorrectly inserted documents. Manually reverse material by pressing and holding reverse sensor.
- Laminating Speed: 23.6" (600 mm)/ min
- Number of Rollers: 4
- Entry Width: 13" (330 mm)
- Warm-Up Time: 60 seconds
- Audible Ready Indicator: Yes
- Pouch Thickness: 3 mil - 7 mil
- Cold Lamination: Yes
- Photo Lamination Capable: Yes
- Jam Release: Auto or Manual
- Output Tray: Yes
- Auto Shut-off: Yes
- Colour: White & Black
- Power Supply: 120V/ 60Hz
- Power Consumption: 1500W
- Certification: cTUVus
- Dimensions (W x D x H): 20.28" x 6.94" x 3.90" (522 mm x 178 mm x 100 mm)
- Unit Weight: 10.12 lbs (4.6 kg)
- Warranty: 1 Year Limited
Write Your Own Review
Does this machine require a pouch carrier board, or in your experience would it be best to use one for photos?
Asked by Denise Herring
You do not need to use a pouch carrier with this laminator, however they do assist in jam prevention and improving product lifespan by keeping the rollers free of adhesive residue. Carriers also help distribute heat evenly for a better seal and less bubbling, which may be beneficial when laminating photos.
Answered by MyBinding