All machines sold by Secondhand Laminators will do wide format mounting and laminatation. If you are looking to do encapsulation you will need a more sophisticated machine with top and bottom heaters with pull rollers. These machines are normally more expensive and will have a large foot print so care is needed to find the right machine to do the job and to fit your premises.
Most heated machines need at least a 13 amp power supply. Bigger machines and encapsulation machines often need 20-30 amp supply. Some of the older machines can use a 3 Phase supply. Secondhand laminators will ensure you have the right supply for your chosen machine.
Location of your Laminator
When purchasing your machine there are a number of factors that are needed to be taken into consideration. One key factor that will influence the purchase is the weight and footprint, especially if the machine needs to go upstairs or in basements. To reduce the weight of the machine select a machine with rollers which can be easilt removed. Secondhand laminators will take everything into consideration and advise you accordingly.
LAACO, our sister company, has worldwide contacts and can source specialists machines or adapt existing machines to undertake specialist processes.
Visit Manufacturer's Factories
In many cases visits to Manufacturer's Factories or end users with similar equipment can be arranged so you can ensure the suitability of the machine you are purchasing.
The Secondhand Laminator experts will train your staff in the use of your newly purchased machine to make sure you are producing top quality work for your customers.
All second hand equipment comes with one month's warranty on parts and labour (excluding electronic items such as circuit boards). On some of the more modern machines this can be extended to three or six month.
Please contact the Secondhand Laminator experts for advice and support in your next purchase.