Safeguard messages that matter most with Rhino, a new large-format laminator by Duralabel. Rhino uses cold-laminate technology to protect and preserve documents like facility audit maps, name badges, and even classroom posters and banners.
Whether in the schoolroom or on the work site, Rhino creates a thick skin. Its innovative system doesn't use heat or electricity, so the document isn't slowed by roller speed or setting adjustments. It can even handle sensitive materials like photographs or thermal paper. A built-in cutter makes detailing a breeze.
"Other laminators on the market are difficult to load and use," said Nicole Noble, product manager with Duralabel. "We wanted to create a light and easy-to-use laminator at an affordable price."
Large-Format Laminator Applications
Rhino specifications include:
Footprint: 17" x 33.75" x 15" (43cm x 85.7cm x 38cm)
Weight/Packed Weight: 42.3 lbs (19 kg) / 48.5 lbs (22 kg)
Document Thickness (max.): 1/8" (3.2mm)
Finished Document Width (max.): 25" (63.5cm)
Power Requirements: None
Cutter: Replaceable cutter
Warranty: Five years
Duralabel is an innovative leader, providing solutions for safety and visual communication since 1970. The company's full line of safety products, services, and DuraLabel line of industrial label and sign printers are designed for the modern workforce. Duralabel leads the industry with safety training materials, educational resources, and up-to-date news and compliance information on topics like arc flash, chemical labeling, and pipe marking.