White ProSeal 9" x 11.5" Clear Gloss Mounting/Laminating Pouch Boards - 10pk
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White ProSeal 9" x 11.5" Clear Gloss Mounting/Laminating Pouch Boards - 10pk

Part #: MYB601180
Brand: MyBinding
1 Questions, 1 Answers
  • Mounting adds stability and rigidity while laminating protects your print from spills and helps your colors 'pop'.
  • Consists of 3/16" thick white foam board.
  • 5 mil high gloss laminate attached.
  • Size: 9" x 11.5"
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Product Description

These White ProSeal 9" x 11.5" Clear Gloss Mounting/Laminating Pouch Boards are made from 3/16" foam boards coated with heat activated adhesive to adhere your print to the board. These boards use a dense foam center to minimize bowing. These pouch boards have a 5mil clear gloss film that is attached to the leading edge that protects from handling and moisture. These foam boards works with all Proseal, Phoenix and heated roll laminators. Perfect for sales presentations, store signage, posters, trade show graphics and photos. Get 10pk of White ProSeal 9" x 11.5" Clear Gloss Mounting/Laminating Pouch Boards on every order.

Product Details

  • Mounting adds stability and rigidity while laminating protects your print from spills and helps your colors 'pop'.
  • Consists of 3/16" thick white foam board.
  • 5 mil high gloss laminate attached.
  • Use with Seal Finishline, USI BigMouth, Fellowes or ProSeal.
  • Use with easels, sold seperately.
  • Quantity: 10 pouch boards with a protective carrier.
  • Size: 9" x 11.5"

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Thank you for your question. In speaking with the manufacturer the ideal temperature can vary depending on the speed that your laminator runs at. As a example a Phoenix laminator that, runs at 1 foot per minute, you would set the temperature in the range of 280 -290 degrees.

Answered by MyBinding
5 years and 8 months ago ago

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