Comexi has launched a new laminator, the ML2, which can work with solvent-based, water-based or solvent-free adhesives and is aimed at packaging applications. Consequently, it can handle a range of coatings and applications such as coldseal, heatseal, ink or varnishes. Continue reading “Comexi launches ML2 laminator for packaging”
Mimaki has announced a new series of wide format laminators and films. The LA Series are heat assisted laminators that are meant to be paired with Mimaki’s UCJV LED UV printer/cutters. Continue reading “Mimaki to sell wide format laminators”
Bagel Systems has improved the performance of its Digifav B2 laminator with a new Pro version. Continue reading “Bagel improves Digifav laminator”
Drytac has launched new versions of its Interlam and Protac PVC overlaminates with Class 0 fire protection ratings. They are guaranteed for 3 years outdoors. These films are targeted at public spaces such as hotels, office buildings, and schools, where fire retardancy is important.
Steve Broad, European Sales Director of Drytac says that its essential to have adequate fire retardancy certification in certain environments, adding: “To be awarded a Class 0 fire protection rating is very important to Drytac. As well as offering peace of mind, the Class 0 fire rating of the overlaminates means that output can comply with the strict fire regulations in public areas which – in turn – enable our customers to win new contracts in the UK and Europe.”