Holweg Multiduplex Coater Laminator

L16013
Machine Holweg Multiduplex Coater Laminator
Reference number L16013
Machine manufacturer Holweg
Model Multiduplex
Type Combination
Duplex or triplex Duplex
Year 1976
Max. web width 900 mm
Min. – Max. laminting/coating width 850 mm
Max. mechanical speed 100 m/min
Material & Min – Max thickness Machine suitable for:
Wet lamination
Dry lamination
Airbrush
Parrafin coating
Wax coating
Hot melt coating
Hot melt lamination
(further details in attachment)
Mixer Yes
Heating system Oil or water
Unwind type (1) Single
Max. unwind reel diameter (1) 800 mm
Unwind type (2) Single
Max. unwind reel diameter (2) 800 mm
Rewind type Single
Max. rewind reel diameter 800 mm
Available from Now
Machine can be seen in production? Yes
Subject to unsold. Although believed to be correct, the machine specifications and lists supplied are based solely upon those provided by the original owners.

Holweg/weber
Holweg Weber is a coorporation of two companies. Holweg was founded in 1889 and Weber in 1925. Both companies produced paper bag machinery. Weber has complete lines of SOS bag making machinery and related converting equipment. The Group is a french company with machines for the production of flat- and satchel paper bags.

Laminators and  coaters
Laminating is invented to strengthen fragile paper. Nowadays laminating is used on a wide variety of products, from glass to film. Laminating is a technique where a meterial is produced in multiple layers. The goal is to achieve more strength and stability or to protect the product. Lamination is permanent. Lamination in the flexible packaging industry is assembled by adhesives.

The first lamination machines for the flexible industry were invented in the 1970’s.
Coating is the proces of applying a covering on the surface of an object, like film or paper.

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