Spiral Sprinter 335R6 13" Pouch Laminator
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Spiral Sprinter 335R6 13" Pouch Laminator

Part #: JB335R6
Brand: Spiral
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  • Max Laminate Width: 13"
  • Max Pouch Thickness: 10 mil
  • Number of Rollers: 6
  • Hot or Cold: Both
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Product Description

The Sprinter 335R6 Pouch Laminator is a professional 6 roller laminator that is designed for laminating photos and digital images bubble free. The advanced hot 6 roller system with adjustable speed ensures quality and trouble free operation. The Sprinter comes complete with a reverse function and solid state digital temperature controls. The advanced six-roller design features 4 heated and 2 cold rollers to ensure perfect document lamination without the use of a carrier. The memory function helps to select the perfect temperature and speed for individual requirements with it's adjustable temperature control.

Product Details

  • Auto Power Off - If not used for more than 2 hours continuously, the power will automatically shut off.
  • Strong Air Cooling System - For fast, high quality laminating
  • Super Clean Rollers (International Patented) - Special anti-static treatment resists dust and resin build up.
  • Electrical is CE Approved

Item Specifications

  • Maximum Laminating Width: 13"
  • Laminating Speed: Variable up to 3-1/2' / minute
  • Maximum Pouch Thickness:10 mil
  • Number of Rollers: 6
  • Operating Temperature: 0° to 140°c
  • Temperature Control: Yes
  • Speed Control: Yes
  • Reverse Switch: Yes
  • Preheating Time: 5 Minutes
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 21" x 11" x 5"
  • Warranty: 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Part Number: JB335R6

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Demonstration Video

James Burn Sprinter 335R6 Pouch Laminator

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 335R6 Sprinter Pouch Laminator from James Burn International. This pouch laminator is one of the most advanced I’ve seen. The control display is easy to read and all the control buttons are located around it. On the left side is a reference guide for recommended settings depending on paper weight and laminating thickness. Be sure to follow all directions regarding use. The Sprinter is a professional 6 roller laminator with solid state, digital temperature and speed controls, built to deliver flawless laminated documents as fast as possible. James Burn ba ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding Video. This is the 335R6 Sprinter Pouch Laminator from James Burn International. This pouch laminator is one of the most advanced I’ve seen. The control display is easy to read and all the control buttons are located around it. On the left side is a reference guide for recommended settings depending on paper weight and laminating thickness. Be sure to follow all directions regarding use. The Sprinter is a professional 6 roller laminator with solid state, digital temperature and speed controls, built to deliver flawless laminated documents as fast as possible. James Burn backs up this laminator with a one year manufacturers warranty. For more videos and all your binding needs, visit MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Thank you for your question. Unfortunately you are not able to change the temperature scale that the James Burn Sprinter 335R6 Pouch Laminator displays temperature in.

Answered by MyBinding
1 years and 6 months ago ago
3 Mil (75 mic) 230° F (110° C)
5 Mil (125 mic) 248° F (120° C)
7 Mil (175 mic) 257° F (125° C)
10 Mil (250 mic) 284° F (140° C)

Answered by mybinding.com
4 years and 2 months ago ago
You shouldn't have an issue with this type of application using this laminator. However, you will most likely not be able to run the laminator at full speed under these conditions. The maximum rated speed for the laminator assumes 3mil pouches with regular paper. Thicker pouches and paper require more heat which usually means slowing down the speed of the laminator.

Answered by MyBinding.com
4 years and 4 months ago ago

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