Laminating key cards can actually make them more durable, so they’ll last longer. And, contrary to popular myth, the lamination process won’t destroy the information on most cards.
How are they Used?
Just like most types of laminating pouches, simply slip the key card into the laminating pouch, add a carrier cover if it’s needed and run it through the laminating machine. You can use these pouches with any brand of laminating machine, but make sure your machine can handle it before you attempt to feed the 10 mil thick laminate pouch through (our key card pouches come in three different thickness levels – 5 mil, 7 mil and 10 mil).
You may also want to use a cover carrier (included in the box) when laminating with these pouches. Depending on how hot your laminator gets and whether or not your key card is plastic, laminating without a carrier can damage the coating on the card.
And How Much Does it Cost?
A box of 500 key card laminating pouches at Lloyd’s costs $10.54. The more boxes you order at a time, the less you pay per box. For example, an order of 20+ boxes would ring in at a paltry $8.43 per box.