HeatSeal™ H425

HeatSeal™ H425
HeatSeal™
H425
G Instruction Manual
F Manuel d’utilisation
D Bedienungsanleitung
I Manuale d’istruzioni
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Specifications
GBC HeatSeal H425
Electrical
230V / 50Hz / 3.5A / 750W
Machine Dimensions
550 x 170 x 140mm
Machine Weight
5.5kg
Maximum Pouch Width
320mm
Minimum/Maximum Pouch Thickness
2 x 75 mic (Total 150) / 2 x 250 mic (Total 500)
Maximum Thru-put Thickness
1mm
Warm-Up Time (2 x 75 mic)
3-5 minutes
Speed
400mm per minute
Safety instructions
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YOUR SAFETY AS WELL AS THE SAFETY OF OTHERS IS IMPORTANT
TO ACCO BRANDS EUROPE. IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND ON
THE PRODUCT ARE IMPORTANT SAFETY MESSAGES. READ THESE
MESSAGES CAREFULLY.
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THE SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL PRECEDES EACH SAFETY
MESSAGE IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
THIS SYMBOL INDICATES A POTENTIAL PERSONAL
SAFETY HAZARD THAT COULD HURT YOU OR OTHERS,
AS WELL AS CAUSE PRODUCT DAMAGE OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE.
THIS WARNING IS FOUND ON THE PRODUCT.
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WARNING
Electrical shock hazard.
Do not open. No user
servicable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified
service personnel.
This safety message means that you could be seriously hurt or killed if
you open the product and expose yourself to hazardous voltage.
Special notice
Thank you, for your recent purchase of a GBC Pouch Laminator. Your
new laminator may emit a slight odour during the initial stage of
operation. It is normal and will diminish after several hours of operation.
Cleaning
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Caution: Unplug this product before cleaning.
• Wipe exterior only with a damp cloth. Do not use detergents
or solvents.
• Do not use aerosol dusters or cleaners
• Do not spray anything into the product, foreign substances
can be explosive.
Service
• Do not attempt to service or repair the pouch laminator yourself.
Unplug the unit and contact an authorised ACCO Brands Europe
service representative for any required repairs.
Important safeguards
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WARNING: FOR YOUR PROTECTION DO NOT CONNECT
THE POUCH LAMINATOR TO ELECTRICAL POWER UNTIL
YOU READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY. KEEP
THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE. TO GUARD AGAINST INJURY, THE
FOLLOWING BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS MUST BE
OBSERVED IN THE SET-UP AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
General safeguards
• Use the unit only for its intended purposes of laminating documents.
• Do not place anything in the throat opening of the laminator other than
pouches/documents.
• Place unit on a secure, stable work area to prevent the unit from
falling and possibly causing personal injury and damage to the unit.
• Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the unit.
• The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be
easily accessible.
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o not attempt single side lamination, this will destroy the laminator.
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o not block the vent slots, this will cause the laminator to overheat.
Electrical safeguards
• The unit must be connected to a supply voltage corresponding to the
electrical rating shown on the unit.
• U nplug the unit before moving it, or when it is not in use for an
extended period of time.
• Do not operate with a damaged supply cord or plug. Do not alter the
attachment plug. The plug is configured for the appropriate electrical
supply.
• Do not overload electrical outlets beyond their capacity; fire or
electrical shock could result.
• The unit is intended for indoor use only.
• Do not spill liquid of any kind on this product.
• Close supervision is required when this product is used near children.
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Operation, hot lamination
1 Connect the power cord plug to the appropriate power source.
2Push the power button to “ON” position. The red power indicator will
illuminate (fig.1).
3Using the lamination guide located on the machine (fig.1), select the
appropriate temperature setting for the pouch gauge thickness and
material you are laminating using the rotary knob control.
Temperature Setting Guidelines
When laminating thin paper with light ink coverage, set the temperature
dial to the low end of the film gauge range. Thick paper with heavy ink
coverage requires higher settings within the range. Temperature settings
will vary due to the finish, chemistry, and heat absorption properties
of the material being laminated. If the laminated pouch is cloudy after
the first pass through the machine, adjust the temperature to the next
higher position and run it through again. If waviness occurs, reduce the
temperature to the next lower position. Always allow sufficient time for
the laminator temperature to adjust to the changes made to the settings.
4When the laminator has reached the correct lamination temperature
the green (ready) light will illuminate.
5Centre the item to be laminated within the pouch left to right with
the top edge against the sealed edge of the pouch (fig.2).
6 Insert the pouch with the sealed edge first into the machine (fig.3).
Reverse feature
In the event of a misfeed or a jam follow these instructions.
1Press the reverse button
and hold down (fig.5). This will reverse
the rotation of the rollers allowing the pouch to exit the front of the
machine.
2Pull the document out of the laminator.
3After the document is out of the machine clean the rollers by
running the cleaning sheet through the laminator.
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Caution: Use caution when removing the laminated pouch
from the machine. It may be hot.
Note
1Never insert the loose end of the pouch first into the machine. This
could cause the machine to jam.
2Never attempt to do single sided lamination. This will cause the
machine to jam.
3After laminating run a clean card through the machine to clean glue
residue off of the rollers. This will extend the life of the rollers.
7The laminated item will automatically exit at the rear of the machine.
After the pouch has stopped moving, carefully remove from the
machine and place on a cool flat surface for approximately one
minute for cooling (fig.4).
8If you are finished laminating push the power switch to turn the
machine off.
Operation, cold lamination
1 Connect the power cord plug to the appropriate power source.
2Push the power button to “ON” position. The red power indicator will
illuminate (fig.1).
3 Rotate the temperature dial to
position.
4Follow the instructions included with your GBC self adhesive
laminate or other pressure sensitive, non thermal laminating
pouches.
Guarantee
Operation of this machine is guaranteed for two years from date of
purchase, subject to normal use. Within the guarantee period, ACCO
Brands Europe will at its own discretion either repair or replace the
defective machine free of charge. Defects due to misuse or use for
inappropriate purposes are not covered under the guarantee. Proof
of date of purchase will be required. Repairs or alterations made by
persons not authorised by ACCO Brands Europe will invalidate the
guarantee. It is our aim to ensure that our products perform to the
specifications stated. This guarantee does not affect the legal rights
which consumers have under applicable national legislation governing
the sale of goods.
Register this product online at www.accoeurope.com
New details to
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Service
G ACCO Service Division
N Sannum & Stang
I ACCO Italia Spa
Freepost 193, Hereward Rise, Halesowen, West Midlands, B62 8AN.
Tel: 0845 658 6600, Fax: 0870 4215576, www.acco.co.uk/service
CCO UK Sales International
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Oxford Road, Aylesbury, HP21 8SZ.
Tel: 00 44 1296 397444, Fax: 00 44 1296 311000
Gladengveien 16 0661 Oslo.
Tel: +4722685940, Fax: +4722686730, e-mail: [email protected]
Via Nenni 13, Settimo Torinese (TO) Via Regio Parco 10B/bis.
Tel: 011 896 11 11, Fax: 011 896 11 12
F ACCO France
o ACCO-Rexel Ltd
O ACCO Benelux
Q ACCO Polska Sp. z o.o.
B ACCO Benelux (Technische Dienst)
S ACCO Nordic Region
D ACCO Deutschland
o Arnoldstrasse 5, 73614 Scorndorf, Germany.
H Tel: +49 - 7181/887-160, Fax: +49 - 7181/887-165
CZ XERTEC a.s.
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FI Somen Huoltopalvelu oy
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Service Aprés-Vente, 8 Rue du 19 Mars 1962, 21601 Longvic, Cedex BP7/ZI.
Tel: 0802 872 356, Fax: 03 80 68 60 49
Peppelkade 64, 3992AK Houten.
Tel: 030-6346060, Fax: 030-6346070, [email protected], www.accobenelux.nl
Peppelkade 64, 3992AK Houten, Nederland.
Tel: 02-4117416, Fax: 02-4140784, [email protected], www.accobenelux.be
IRE
Clonshaugh Business & Technology Park, Clonshaugh Dublin 17.
Tel: 01 816 4300, Fax: 01 816 4302
Al-Jerozolimskie 184, 02-486 Warszawa.
Tel: +42 22 570 18 01, Fax: +48 22 570 18 33
Kontor 1, i norden AB Kanalvägen 16 194 61 Upplands Väsby.
Tel: 08 444 5191, Fax: 08 444 5199
Kanaamouka 1 00360 Helsinki. Tel: 956 050 510, Fax: 956 050 500
RUS
U Továren 770/1b, 102 00, Praha 10.
Tel: +420 271 741 800, Fax: +420 271 743 143, www.xertec.cz
A ACCO Österreich
Sallmann Bürotechnik GmbH, Esshaverstrasse 16, 5020 Salzburg.
Tel: 0662 4345 160, Fax: 0662 4345 164, e-mail: [email protected]
S ACCO Schweiz
ABC Bürotechnik AG, Winkelbüel 4, 6043 Adligenswil.
Tel: 041 375 6060, Fax: 041 375 6061,
e-mail: [email protected]
E ACCO Iberia SL
P Isaac Peral 19, 28820 Coslada (Madrid). Tel: 91 669 9391, Fax: 91 672 07 11
g Oddi
Höfdabakka 3-7 IS-112 Reykjavik. Tel: 00354 515 5000, Fax: 00354 515 5101
T Eraysan
Ankara Cad N.129, Sirkeci, Istanbul.
Tel: 0090 212 6591686, Fax: 0090 212 5226992, [email protected]
o ACCO Australia Pty.
AUS
Level 2 Building B, 8 Lord Street, Botany. NSW. Australia 2019.
Tel: 2 9700 0180, Fax: 2 9700 0195
c Mailtech
Baldersbaekvej 8B 2635 Ishoj.
Tel: 045 43 73 37 37, Fax: 0045 43 73 73 37 07, e-mail: [email protected]
ACCO Brands Europe
Oxford House
Aylesbury HP21 8SZ
United Kingdom
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Issue: 01 (03/07)
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