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Spiral to Introduce the New Paperlock Binding System

July 31, 2009
TOTOWA, NJ—July 31, 2009—This revolutionary new binding system is attractive, eco-friendly and secure. Using paper punched on a traditional plastic comb binding system, the Paperlock™ binding system inserts a patented Papercomb™ that securely binds your documents. The Paperlock™  binding system will bind documents as large as 200 sheets and its low profile makes it perfect for mailing applications.

Eco-friendly, green initiatives are key factors in every corporate buying decision made today. The Paperlock™ system is the first environmentally conscience document binding system on the market today. Because the Papercomb™ binding elements are made of paper, rather than plastic like other types of binding methods, the entire book can be easily recycled rather than enter the waste stream. 

 The Paperlock™ binding system offers document security that has never been available in the past. The unique features of the Papercomb™ allows for a signature, stamp, or notary seal to be placed on the back cover and binding spine of the document. The only way to open the binding is to break the marked seal. This ensures the integrity of the document and tampered documents are easily recognized. Additional document security is offered with the ability to simply shred the entire document, including the binding element.

With over 75 year’s experience, Spiral Binding is a leading manufacturer and worldwide distributor of a diverse line of binding and laminating equipment and supplies, as well as custom imprinting. Spiral serves major corporations, small to mid-sized businesses, printers, facility management organizations, as well as the United States government and education markets. Spiral Binding, Where Finishing Begins.

Visit us at our booth #1760 at My Print 09, September 11-16th, 2009.
 

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