The Adventure is a small perfect binder using PUR adhesives or Hot Melt for the production of

  • Perfect bound soft cover books
  • Book blocks for photo-books, also with photographic paper
  • Book blocks with endpapers and lining for hard cover binding
  • The machine computer controlled size changes whichperform automatically in a few second, easy operation

 

SYSTEM ADVANTAGES

  • Closed and integrated PUR system with nozzles for maximum safety( New Bind PUR Systewm patented)
  • No open heat,no vapor release , no glue contamination
  • No pre-curing of PUR glue
  • Excellent thin glue coating
  • Waste of glue reduced to minimum
  • Simple cleaning of glue injectors
  • Extremely flexible size changes
  • Possibility to use all brands of PUR or Hot Melt available on the market

 

FEATURES

  • Touch screen support muti languages
  • Counter
  • Auto format change and job memory
  • Diagnostics and controls
  • Temperature control
  • Automatic size adjustment
  • Automatic clamp adjustment
  • Automatic clamp opening/closing
  • Paper chip removal
  • Thickness control w/ automatic adjustment
  • Automatic cover rear register guide
  • Milling adjustment 0-2 mm
  • Guides for lining material

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Max speed 200 book/h
  • Max binding size 17.7”×13”450mmx330mm
  • Min binding size 4.7”×4”120mmx100mm
  • Min cover size 9.4”×4”240mmx110mm
  • Max cover size 27.5”×17.3”700mmx440mm
  • Book spine thickness 0.12”-1.97”3-50mm
  • Overall dimension(ft) 6×2.6x41230mmx790mmx1850mm
  • Weight 160kg
  • Power supply Single-phase 220V, 4.6KW
  • Max compressed air pressure 0.8Mpa

 

PUR Book Binding

Flexibility, wide range of bound products, more service to clients

 

PUR (polyurethane reactive) is a hot melt adhesive, which reacts with moisture in the air and substrates and expands the Molecular chain linkage and thus forms a significantly stronger bond than a conventional EVA hot melt. The page pull strength of a PUR-bound book (27 N/mm3) is more than 5.5 times that of a standard perfect-bound book using EVA adhesive (4.9 N/mm3).

The first generation of PUR glue was introduced in 1985, followed by the second generation in 1996 and the third generation in 2000. The third generation PUR glue has a curing time of about 16 hours.

Bondable to Various Surfaces PUR has a broader array of paper surfaces to which it can bond compared with EVA. These paper surfaces include printed paper, coated paper, plastic paper etc. Because of the missing moisture in the glue, even papers with wrong grain direction can be processed without problems.

Flat Book Opening The strong binding strength of PUR allows for less amount of glue applied. Thinner glue coating and the flexibility of the gluecreates flat book opening and superior spine formation.

Durable book Quality PUR is largely impervious to temperature and humidity extremes. The temperature resistance for PUR is from -40°C to 100°C.

Eco-Friendly PUR is environmentally friendly and makes the books easier to recycle than those with hot melt. The PUR glue temperature (120 °C) is lower than EVA glue temperature (150-180°C) and thus saves energy.

Cost Competitiveness for a standard PUR glue consumption is about 75% lower than EVA glue consumption for the same amount of booksproduced (assuming an application thickness of 0.55mm for PUR and an application thickness of 2.5mm for EVA). The lower glue consumption justifies the relative higher unit cost of PUR glue.

 

Return guarantee; if not 100% satisfied with this machine, it may be returned for a full refund less actual shipping charges within 14-days of shipment.  Other than the return guarantee, there is no other warranty expressed or implied. 

 

Export & Dealer Pricing – Is available, please contact us for details

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