There are many suckers available through Kluge to be used with our foil stamping, embossing and die cutting presses. It is important that the correct sucker is selected for each job that you run. Compiled by one of our experienced service technicians, the following points are general guidelines to help you select the correct sucker for your specific job (use the photographs at the bottom of the page for reference):
1] The suckers (p/n 63694 & 63695), can be used on most stock up to 50# paper, and works very well to prevent double sheet problems.
2] The suckers (p/n 62570 & 62571), are the same as in point  but without the rubber. The lack of rubber may cause double sheet problems however, the bare aluminum allows the sucker to pick up the stock more firmly.
3] The suckers (p/n SA4179 & SA4180), are receptacles for various rubber suckers, such as for book casings, etc. When used in conjunction with the red suckers, they will function well on most stocks that do not cause double sheet problems.
4] The suckers (p/n’s SA4181 & SA4182), have a large vacuum hole and will work well with any stock that has enough flexibility to conform to the con caved surface of the suckers.
5] The suckers (p/n’s 63128 & 63129), are used for very light stock such as napkins, and are the same as the suckers in point  except they have a very small vacuum hole.
6] The suckers below are some of the rubber suckers that can be used with Kluge presses. The following list describes their uses along with their part numbers.
a] For heavy book casings (p/n 2564)
b] For heavy book casings (p/n 2568)
c] A good paper or plastic sucker for most stocks that do not have double sheet problems (p/n 2565)
d] A good sucker for light stock, will also prevent double sheeting on some stocks (p/n 2566)
e] Delivery suckers only (p/n’s 2395 & 65015)