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ASTHA C9028A Electric Manual Coil Binding Machine

Quick Overview

  • Punching Capacity: 20 Sheets
  • Die Pitch: 4:1 .248 Round Hole
  • Binding Style: 4:1 Pitch Spiral Binding Plastic Coils
  • Max Binding Size: 25mm (Manual Inserting of Larger Coils)

Model: C9028A
Brand: Astha

The ASTHA C9028A Electric coil spiral binding machine book binding machine spiral plastic book Manual Coil Binding Machine is a great lower volume system for those who want to speed up the process of manual inserting and who primarily work with smaller size coils. It is a manual punch and electric binding machine for standard 4:1 pitch spiral binding plastic coils. The single roller inserter works well for coils up to 25mm, and larger coils can be inserted by hand. The inserter is controlled with a foot pedal to leave both hands open for document handling. The Optimus 46i can punch up to 20 sheets of paper* at a time and features full disengageable punching pins for any paper size up to 11.7" long. It punches oval holes to make rolling-in the coils faster and easier than before, and comes with a standard Tamerica 1 year limited manufacturer's warranty. The C9028A 4:1 Pitch Coil Binding Machine by Tamerica will help you stay on top of all your plastic coil binding tasks.

The ASTHA C9028A Coil Binding Machine offers manual punching and electric coil inserting. This machine punches a 4:1 oval hole pattern for easier coil insertion. The unit punches approximately 20 sheets at a time of 20lb paper and allows you to electrically coil bind books up to 12 '' in length and up to 25mm or approximately 210 sheets in thickness. (larger coil up to 50mm or 2'' in thickness may be inserted by hand). Easy to operate: Start the coil into the punched holes of the document. Place the coil against the roller, press the foot pedal and spin the coil into the document then crimp the ends of the coil. This unit has 46 disengageable dies which aids in punching odd-sized documents.