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Opex Omation 2100 Letter Opener for Midrange Volumes of Mixed Mail

22 February 2011

The Omation 2100 Envelopener offers proven technology for mid-sized mail-opening jobs. This tabletop unit provides mailroom automation for mid-volumes of incoming mail, and it is equipped with the same milling cutter technology as the higher speed Omation 206 Envelopener.

With thousands of these quality products installed throughout businesses and governmental agencies, the 2100 delivers an economical solution for automated envelope extraction.

Processing up to 400 envelopes per minute, this machine can remove as little as .010" to .015" chips from the envelope edge. The 2100 handles first-class mail or overnight letter packages in various lengths, including up to .188" in thickness. The Omation 2100 provides an efficient mail opening system in many ways: the Milling Cutter protects contents, eliminates paper cuts and minimises waste; equally the Digital Counter allows for envelope counting without opening the envelope; Mixed mail processing includes envelopes up to 6 3/8" tall; the Cut/No Cut Knob is easy-to-read and resettable via six-digit LCD display; and durable and reliable quality steel components ensure stability and long operating life.

By using the same unique high-speed milling technology as Omation's larger Envelopener, the Model 206, the 2100 prevents sliced contents and produces a soft, feathered edge. This is a distinct advantage over slicing-blade and guillotine-type cutters that often damage contents and leave sharp edges which cause painful paper cuts.

Waste is minimised, because the Model 2100 produces tiny milled chips rather than larger strip cuttings. The chips are whisked away and automatically discarded, keeping the workspace clean and preventing jams.

For further details please contact Opex at 0161 776 4033; email http://SLee@opex.com or visit www.opex.com 


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