ProLam ULTRA-X6 / XL

ProLam ULTRA-X6 / XL
ProLam ULTRA-X6 / XL
6 Roller Heavy Duty
Pouch Laminator
Operation Manual
Make sure you read this manual before using the machine.
Store this guide safely, so that you can use it in the future.
1. Specifications
Max. Laminating Width
13” (330 mm)
18.9” (480mm)
Max. Laminating Speed
59” / min
47” / min
Max. Pouch Thickness
14 mil (350 mic)
Max. Laminating Thickness
1/8” (3 mm)
Heating System
4 Heated Rollers
Q’ty of Roller
6
Operating Temp
32℉ - 284℉
Temperature & Speed Control
9 Settings
Preheating Time
6 mins
Power Consumption
1,050 watt
Rating
100V, 50/60Hz, 9.3A
110-120V, 50/60Hz, 10A or
220-240V, 50/60Hz, 5.5A (check label)
Dimension
21”x10-1/2”x5”
27”-1/4”x10-1/2”x5”
Weight
33 lbs (15Kg)
44 lbs (22Kg)
2. Electrical Safeguards
WARNING
1. Do not operate with a damaged power supply cord or plug, after it malfunctions,
or after it has been damaged in any manner.
2. The pouch laminator must be connected to a supply voltage corresponding to
the electrical rating of the machine as indicated.
3. Unplug the pouch laminator before moving it, or when it is not in use for
an extended period of time.
4. Do not overload electrical outlets beyond their capacity as this can result in fire
or electrical shock.
5. Do not alter attachment plug, plug is configured for the appropriate electrical supply.
6. The unit is intended for indoor use only.
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3. Safety Precautions
WARNING
1. Do not allow neckties, scarves, or other objects near the machine, as they could
get caught by the rollers and be pulled inside, causing serious personal injury.
2. To prevent possibility of electrical shock, do not immerse machine
in water or permit liquid to spill inside.
3. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used
by or near children.
4. Do not open the cover (or back) without an authorized technician.
5. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible. Disconnect the attachment plug from the receptacle to which it
is connected and keep the power supply cord in your possession while
moving the laminator.
4. Laminating Precautions
WARNING
1. Insert pouches with the sealed side first.
2. Please use standard film sizes.
3. Do not use film that has been cut.
4. Please follow the recommended heat & speed settings.
5. Hot surface : Do not touch the bottom of the machine while in use.
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5. Lamination Guide
Temperature and Speed Settings
Film
Paper (20lb)
Temp (℉)
Speed
3mil
Copy
212
6
5mil
Copy
230
5
7mil
Copy
239
5
10mil
Copy
248
4
14mil
Copy
266
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* These are recommended settings. Temperature & speed adjustments
may be required for different melting pouches, substrates, or carriers.
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6. How to Use
1. Turn the switch on behind the machine.
2. If it is not the first use,
Hold the POWER button.
3. Hot Lamination
Press the HOT button.
Initial setting is 212°F and speed 6.
The machine will start to heat up and the hot icon will flicker.
4. When the machine reaches the set temperature, it will beep 3 times.
Now you can start to laminate.
Warning-Always insert the sealed side first.
5. Adjusting Temperature and Speed
HOT
M1
TEMP
You can adjust the speed settings (1~9) if you wish to
M2
ON/OFF:
Press
POWER for
1 Second
COLD
SPEED
laminate faster.
-When the seal of the pouch is not satisfactory,
POWER
MEAS
STOP
REVERSE
increase the temperature..
6. Auto Shut Off
Hold the POWER button until Cool is shown on the display.
Once the machine reaches below 149°F the power will automatically shut off.
(Keep the temperature 158°F and speed 2 for “STAND BY” mode.)
Warning
Do not turn off the Power Switch as soon as you are done laminating
to prevent overheating the rollers.
7. Cold lamination
Press the COLD button.
-The machine will start to cool down. It will beep 3 times and display “READY”
when it is cool enough for cold lamination.
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7. Description of Control Panel
HOT
M1
TEMP
POWER
M2
ON/OFF:
Press
POWER for
1 Second
MEAS
COLD
SPEED
STOP
REVERSE
Forward (Motor)
Cooling Fan
Hot
Reverse (Motor)
Measurement
● HOT
: Start Hot Lamination
● COLD
: Start Cold Lamination
● TEMP ▲▼
: Modify temperature ( 32℉ ~ 284℉ )
● SPEED ▲▼ : 1 ~ 9 Steps
● M1, M2
: Memory function
- How to modify memory settings
1. Hold M1 or M2 until the
temperature starts flashing.
2. Set temperature and set speed.
3. Press M1 or M2 again to save
the setting.
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● MEAS
: Display actual roller temp.
● STOP
: Stop roller operation
● REV
: Reverse
● READY
: Ready to laminate
8. Trouble Shooting Guide
Problem
Cause
Solution
Machine has no
power or rollers are
not rolling
Power cord is not properly
plugged in
Power switch is off
Check that the power cord is
properly plugged in
Check that the power switch is
turned on or contact support
Excessive noise
Operation of gears is not
smooth
Turn off the machine, and
contact support
Bad lamination
Laminated document is
wrinkled, damp, or folded
Adjust the temperature lower
or higher and / or adjust speed
No increase of
Temperature
Check the power plug
Check that the power plug and
switch is turned on or contact
support
Frequent curling
of film
The temperature may be
too hot
Lower the temperature
Edge of document
is not sealed
Document is too thick to
seal the edges of the film
Use a thinner document or
leave more space around the
edges (approx. 5mm)
Emergency state
Something may be stuck
between the heated rollers
or they are out of position
Turn off the switch and
contact support
9. After Sales Service Information
If you have any problem that can’t be solved on your end, please contact
Akiles technical support (909)923-7778 or www.akiles.com
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