|Group||Spiral Binding Systems|
|Min. Order||10 piece|
|Terms of Payment||L/C, Western Union, T/T|
|Hole type||round, oval|
|Number of punch pins||46|
|Disgagement punch pins||0|
MANUAL PLASTIC COIL BINDING MACHINE (PC200 PLUS)
With a power foot pedal to make binding easier and release your hands to hold paper to assist inserting coil. Select paper stop can easily to keep paper aligning. Document measure guide to select the right coil size by your sheet thickness. Side margin is adjustable to select which format sheet to punch. Depth margin is adjustable to suit the size of coil being used. All aluminium construction make it durable and many years worry free
Manual Punching up to 15 sheets 70g paper each time
Punching A4 format,11'' size paper.
Binding documents up to 150 sheets.
Die on request pitch: 3:1 4:1 6 mm
Side margin is adjustable.
Max. bind up 150 sheets
Punch up to 15 sheets
Document measure to determine which comb size to be used All aluminium construction make it durable and many years worry free High capacity waste container requires emptying less frequently
Disengagement Punch pins
Number of punch pins
Technical modifications may be made without notice. 1 mm = 10 sheets of paper, based on 80 gsm.
All performance outputs are based on 80 gsm paper and may vary depending on the product type, the working environment and the operator. For best punching results we recommend a paper thickness of 2.0 - 2.5 mm.
Selectable paper stop: according to you files' zise, select paper positon .
Measure the thickness of the document and select the appropriate apron specification according to the letter
Select the correct comb diameter using the document measure
Select the correct back margin depth for the number of sheets
Select the correct punch profile for the sheet size.
Punch sheets in small batches that do not overload the machine of the use
(Max 15 sheets)
The machine punching when use handle
Collate the document. Load the coil on to the first 3 holes
Hold the document in both hands, with the coil on the right side. Touch the coil against the inserting roller to bind the document
Use the binding pliers to cut and fold the end of the metal coil. Clip off the excess coil