With the DryLam automatic laminators (ALM), quality laminating is simple, requires very little space and is more affordable than you might think.

Using an ALM series laminator couldn’t be any easier. Just push a button and your ALM laminator automatically feeds, laminates, cuts and trims digitally printed materials in one pass. No extensive and time-consuming training required to get up to speed. And no need for cumbersome hand- feeding of paper or hand-trimming offline.

DryLam ALM Series Automatic Laminators use only quality DryLam ASAP lamination films. ASAP stands for Always Sticks to All Prints. These films are specially designed for hard-to-laminate digitally printed sheets. ALM film is available in a variety of mil thicknesses, in choice of gloss, matte or elegant silk finish.


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  • T One-touch operation for virtually labor free lamination
  • Laminate, trim, cut and stack up to 13″x 19″ documents all in a single pass
  • Heated rollers for crystal clear scratch-free lamination
  • Micro-adjustable side trimmers for precise flush cutting or exact border encapsulation
  • Handles up to 13” wide sheets (12.6” of film coverage)
  • Built in long mode operation for banner length prints
  • 25% increase in speed over the ALM3220



  • Model Number: ALM3222
  • Product Weight: 130 lbs
  • Temperature Range: 170-270⁰F
  • Warm Up Time: Approximately 5 minutes
  • Film Thickness/Compatibility: 1.2 Nylon (Gloss & Matte); 1.5, 3, 5, and 10 mil ALM film only
  • (Film Type Capability) Hot/Cold: Hot
  • Format (1 or 2 side lamination): Single and Double
  • Benchmark Speed: 20″-68″/min
  • Document Size: 8.5″ x 11″, 11″ x 17″, 12″ x 18″, 13″ x 19″
  • Automatic Paper Feed: True
  • Paper Weight: 20 lb bond-130 lb cover
  • Electrical: AC 120V (60 Hz), 900w

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