Horizon BQ-160 PUR – Single-clamp Perfect Binder
The Standard Horizon BQ-160PUR Single-clamp Perfect Binder satisfies the fast-growing demand for short-run digital photo books and prepared book blocks for case binding. The binder is also capable of padding and tape binding. A dynamic color touchscreen allows the operator to easily adjust a range of settings including cover alignment with the spine, nipping pressure, clamping pressure and much more. Other features on the BQ-160PUR include energy-save and auto-off functions, the ability to notch in one or both directions, and an optional carbon air filtration system to reduce adhesive odors. The BQ-160PUR can produce extremely strong, high-quality perfect bound books up to 1.6” thick at speeds up to 180 cycles per hour. The BQ-160PUR can handle light to moderate production needs in almost any environment.
The BQ-160PUR Binder can be put in-line with the CRB-160 Cover Creaser, which is set-up through the color touchscreen on the BQ-160PUR. The scoring position is set automatically according to the book thickness input into the BQ-160PUR. The CRB-160 scores up to 150 lb. laminated covers, and a wide variety of scoring patterns can be selected from the touchscreen. A stand-alone model is also available with an integrated color touchscreen and it is ideal for creasing covers, restaurant menus, greeting cards and other digital print applications.
Advantages at a glance
- Suitable to produce personalized photo book production such as wedding albums and travel albums
- Perfect binding, tape binding and lining binding (for case binding) can be performed
- Optional CRB-160 Compact Creaser can be in-line to prepare creased (up to 8 line) cover
|Book Size Maximum:||13.77″ x 11.81″ (350 mm x 300 mm)|
|Book Size Minimum:||2.76 x 5.04″ (70 mm x 128 mm)|
|Book Thickness:||0.04″ to 1.57″ (1 mm to 40 mm)|
|Cover Size Maximum:||13.77″ x 25.19″ (350 mm x 640 mm)|
|Cover Size Minimum:||2.76″ x 10.08″ (70 mm x 256 mm)|
|Cover Weight Range:||22 to 80 lb (82 to 302 gsm)|
|Production Speed:||Max 180 cycles/hr|