We like to excel at what we do best. Here are a few of our important service offerings and why we think they’re so great.
Since our inception, we’ve specialized in custom Laminating and specialty add-on services. This means we can mix and combine multiple materials to create the optimal combination needed to protect your project. N.A.L. Company has engineered our own water resistant barrier, which is built into our adhesive mix and enhances the laminating process to give the ultimate advantage against destructive elements. After a product has undergone our laminating process, it is protected by improved strength, stability, and appearance.
Sometimes referred to as guillotine cutting, Ream Cutting offers the ability to scale a project to better overall shape, tighter tolerance, and offers more precision for smaller cut-to-size sheets. Ream cutters at N.A.L. work by clamping a material with a block, then moving the blade across and downward to shear the material. Our ream cutters are equipped with MICRO-Cut processors, which are programmable integrated devices that streamline the machines and operators’ effectiveness, efficiencies, and quality.
At N.A.L. Company’s converting facilities, a paper product often starts with a multi-ton roll of raw paper material straight from our suppliers. From that roll, we have the equipment and expertise in slitting and rewinding to create paper rolls in the width and diameter that meets our customers’ requirements. The Rewinding process is used for many reasons, like, slitting to width, rewinding to diameters, turning rolls inside out, water damage, profile damage, and various other roll to roll requirements. Every industry has particular demands for their paperboard packaging products; from paperboard grades and widths, to coated or uncoated, printed or unprinted. N.A.L. can handle the demands for any of these requests, whether it’s needed for manufacturing, packaging, or as an end product.
Sheeting is the process of creating sheeted goods from a roll form. “Sheeters,” as we call the machines, are commonly called fly knives, and operate in a rotary fashion by starting with a roll that pulls paperboard through the rotary knife and producing a finished sheet length. Our machines are equipped with precision slitters that shear the roll to the exact width before entering the rotary knife where the finish product is produced.
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