Maps Matte Lamination Film Heat Seal Laminating Pouches 154x216 MM
Laminating your documents is simply the best way to ensure they
last over time and withstand being handled on a regular basis.
Matt laminating pouches may be a better choice than gloss pouches
if you’re worried about glare from lights or sunlight, and they may
also be advisable if you are looking to display notices outside and
don’t want reflections making it hard to read.
We have standard A4 matt laminating pouches, but also A5, A3 and
A2, allowing you to laminate a whole range of items. Thicknesses
include 60 to 250 micron, depending on how rigid you need your
laminate to be.
|Size||A2,A3,A4,A5,A6,A7,A8, B4, B5 or other any size as customers'
|Packing||Normally 100 pcs/pack,opp bag+white/color box+carton.(or as
Your laminator instructions will indicate what thickness (micron)
your particular model can handle. There are many items that can be
laminated, giving long lasting protection from wear and tear:
• photos, id cards, point of sale information
• maps, instructions, guides, place mats
• menus, notices around the home, office and school
• business cards, real estate information, price lists and much
4. Which micron should I choose?
A micron (or Mic) is the term used to measure the thickness of the
lamination sheet. The higher the micron the thicker the sheet, and
so the more rigid the finish when laminated. We sell pouches from
60 to 250 Mic. Choose the one that best suits your needs, all of our pouches are good quality.
How do I choose the right laminating pouch micron? We recommend the
- 80 micron - where handling is minimal and moderate flexibility is
acceptable, often used when documents are to be filed or protected
by a folder.
- 100-150 Micron - where handling is intensive and documents need to
stand up to daily use. Examples are sales materials, signs,
posters, menus, calendars, membership cards, luggage tags, ID tags,
- 175-250 micron - when a rigid format is needed. Examples are
display signs, placemats, or heavy duty uses, always check your
laminating machine to ensure it can handle this thickness.
5. How To Laminate?
1. Put the documents or photo inside the pouch layer, power on the
setting a suitable temperature, and wait the ready light turn to
2. Green ready light on, and put close-end pouch into the entrance.
3. Starting laminating.
6. Why Choose Us:
- Professional Manufacturer
- More Than 15 Years Experience
- OEM/ODM Service.
- Products Exported To Europe, United States ,Southeast Asia, Middle
East and other countries and regions.