TLC Model 6000 10" Heavy Duty Pouch Laminator
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TLC Model 6000 10" Heavy Duty Pouch Laminator

Part #: TLC-6000
Brand: TLC
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  • Entry Throat: 10"
  • Metal case construction.
  • Separate Heat & Run switches and a fixed speed of approximately 33" per minute
  • Capable of hot or cold laminating
  • 5 Year Warranty
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Product Description

This TLC Model 6000 Heavy Duty Pouch Laminator is capable of both hot or cold lamination. It has a 10" laminating (entry) width that makes it compatible with the most popular sizes of thermal laminating pouches, including letter and legal size. The Model 6000 accomodates up to 10 mil thick pouches, and has a 3-5 minutes warm-up time. It is featured with a separate Heat & Run switches and a fixed speed of approximately 33" per minute. The TLC Model 6000 is 100% made in the USA and has a 5-year factory warranty against defects and wear out.

Product Details

  • Metal case construction.
  • Fan cooled outlet table.
  • Finned heat sink for additional cooling.
  • Brushless gear motor for long, trouble-free life.
  • Grounded chassis.
  • Molded silicone rollers withstand elevated temperatures.
  • Separate Heat & Run switches and a fixed speed of approximately 33" per minute, this model is capable of hot or cold laminating.
  • An adjustable temperature control and ready light.
  • Built to last doing up to 10 mil thick pouches.
  • UL Certified.
  • 100% made in the USA
  • 5-year factory warranty against defects and wear out

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Item Specifications

  • Entry Throat: 10"
  • Speed: 33" per minute
  • Pouch Thickness: up to 10 mil
  • Warm-Up Time: 3-5 Minutes
  • Certification: UL Certified
  • Warranty: 5 Years

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