Static electricity can cause damage to a laminator, particularly if the laminator is not properly grounded. When the laminating film passes through the machine, static electricity can build up on the surface of the film and transfer to the rollers inside the laminator.
Film Jamming: The static charge can cause the film to stick to the rollers or other parts inside the laminator, leading to jams.
Bubble Formation: Static electricity can cause air bubbles to form between the film and the item being laminated, resulting in an unsightly finish.
Film Wrinkling: Static electricity can also cause the film to wrinkle and ruin the appearance of the finished product.
To avoid static electric damage to your laminator, you can follow these steps:
Keep the laminator in a dry and well-ventilated area. Static electricity is more likely to build up in humid conditions, so make sure the air circulation is good.
Touch a grounded metal object before touching the laminator. This will discharge any static electricity you may have built up on your body.
Use anti-static cleaning products when cleaning the laminator. These products will help reduce the buildup of static electricity on the machine.
LF1700-D2 Auto Laminator (28 m/min)
Model: LF1700-D2 Automatic Roll Laminator
Rear Trimmer: 3 Pcs
Max Lamination Width: 1630mm/64″
Lamination Temp: 0~60°C/0~140°F (0~120°C/0~248°F Optional)
Max Lamination Speed: 28 M/Minute
Roller Up and Down: Pneumatic Pressure
LeFu LF1700-D2 Automatic Roll Hot and ColdLaminator Max Lamination Width: 1630mm, MaXLamination Temp: O~60c/0~140°F
Use anti-static laminate pouches. These pouches are specially designed to reduce static electricity buildup during the lamination process.
Consider using an anti-static mat under the laminator. This will help to ground any static electricity that may be generated during use.
By following these steps, you can help reduce the risk of static electricity damage to your laminator and ensure it operates correctly for a longer period of time.