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Drytac's introduces the JM54 SHA Jetmounter laminator

Monday, November 24, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Richmond, VA (November 23, 2008) - Drytac  Corporation has announced it will roll out the upgraded JetMounterTM 54 SHA laminator with a special limited-time offer on compatible mounting and laminating consumables. According to the company, any purchase of a new JetMounterTM 54SHA will include a one year discount of 50% off list price for all Drytac pressure-sensitive overlaminating films and mounting adhesives.

Engineered to deliver a combination of performance and value unequalled in the industry, the popular JetMounterTM54SHA 54 inch (1375mm) electric laminator now includes two new features. The new Single Height Adjustment (SHA) allows the roller nip to be set more quickly, ensuring consistent roller pressure from side to side. A new LCD pressure gauge readout provides this versatile machine with far more process control than other laminators in its category.

In the three years since its introduction, the JetMounterTM 54 has established a new performance standard for mid-sized cold mount laminators. Compatible with pressure-sensitive laminating films and mounting adhesives, it is capable of one-or-two sided lamination, and is also widely used for permanently mounting graphics onto cardstock, foam board, MDF rigid and PVC board. In addition, the JetMounterTM offers variable speed forward and reverse electric drive, silicone rollers, all-steel construction, foot pedal operation and photo-electric safety stop.

The special offer is in effect until December 21, 2008. For more details, contact Drytac at 1-800-280-6013.




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