Color-Bond Laminating Film erases problems associated with toner-based prints.
Spiral Binding Company, Inc. (“Spiral”) introduces a new technology catering to the ever increasing use of color copy output and the unique attributes associated with laminating these images: Color-Bond Laminating Film.
Laminating film is not new to the market, but use on color copies has been problematic, with the laminating film not adhering or delaminating after application. Much of the cause of the problem is the fuser oil in color copier toners. Color-Bond Laminating Film has been specifically formulated to solve these problems, firmly adhering the laminate to these toner-based copies and other electro photographic output with heavy toner coverage.
Spiral has performed extensive tests using Color-Bond Laminating Film on a wide array of color copiers from leading manufacturers with great success. “Our customers will be able to successfully use Color-Bond Laminating Film on any color copier in their shop without having to sub the job out or turn the job down. It erases the headaches they’ve encountered in the past,” stated product manager Joseph Bondonna.