ARC Document Solutions invests in new Seal Laminators from GBC Canada

Joyce Wong, Production Supervisor at Arc Document Solutions in Calgary, with David Hayes, GBC Canada Account Manager for Southern Alberta.
Joyce Wong, Production Supervisor at Arc Document Solutions in Calgary, Alberta, with David Hayes, GBC Canada Account Manager for Southern Alberta, beside the Seal 62 Pro D Laminator.

ARC Document Solutions, a global company that provides traditional document services and advances the distribution of information via technology, has installed a new Seal 62 Pro D Laminator in its Calgary location. ARC’s printing solutions include reprographics, colour signage, managed print services, equipment and supplies, and graphics for construction sites – among others. After installing a Seal 65 Pro MD Laminator at its Burnaby, British Columbia location, ARC was looking for a solution that could run problem-free and be serviced effectively when needed for its Calgary, Alberta location. Because of its “exceptional features, reliability and excellent service levels from GBC-Seal,” the laminator line came highly recommended by users at the Burnaby location, so its Calgary branch went ahead and purchased a Seal 62 Pro D Laminator.

The Seal 62 Pro Series from GBC Canada offers industrial performance at exceptional value, is capable of running a wider range of media than most laminators, and can generate higher process speeds (up to 20 feet per minute). With fully adjustable temperature, speed and pressure settings, it’s ideal for the more experienced finisher requiring a highly versatile laminator. “The dual heated rollers make most applications, including encapsulation, really easy to use. It maximizes versatility, minimizes waste and is a real value-add for us,” said Joyce Wong, Production Supervisor at Arc Document Solutions in Calgary. The Seal 62 Pro D is a 61-inch-wide mounting laminator and encapsulator that’s also ETL and CE certified. Its superior roller technology delivers better processing of soft substrates, while its roll-to-roll operation (from bottom unwind) can accommodate many applications – including vehicle wraps. Its Image Guide ensures precise alignment that keeps rolled prints in place both before and during lamination.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.