Formax FD 2036 AutoSeal Pressure Sealer
- Free Installation - Nationwide
- Free Training Provided
Available Options (Call for pricing)
- 18" Conveyor
- Locking cabinet
Features of the Formax 2036 Folder Sealer
- Graphics based color touchscreen
- Variable speed of 11,000 forms/hour
- Duty cycle: high volume
- Hopper capacity of 350 sheets
- Drop-in, 3 roller feed system
- Can be configured for 3 popular folds (Z, C, single half)
- 14 inch form length capability
- 6-digit resettable counter for maximum audit control
- Batch counting
- Quiet operation
- Fold types: half, C, Z, uneven Z and custom
- Made in USA
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The FD 2036 AutoSeal is a user-friendly high-volume solution for processing one-piece pressure sensitive mailers. The color touchscreen control panel uses internationally-recognized symbols in place of text, and includes a six-digit resettable counter. With a speed of up to 11,000 forms per hour, hopper capacity of up to 350 forms, and the ability to process forms up to 14” in length, the FD 2036 enables operators to complete daily processing jobs with ease.
Pressure seal mailers can be used for virtually any application that can be printed on one form, including checks, invoices, school reports, tax forms and appointment notices.
Standard features include easy-set fold plates with fine-tuning adjustments, heavy-duty steel construction, insulated covers for noise reduction, and a drop-in three-tire feed system, all in a compact, modern desktop design. Fold plates are pre-marked for standard folds in 11” and 14” form sizes, and can be easily adjusted for custom folds. Fold types include Z, C, Uneven Z and C, Half and custom folds.
Options include a locking cabinet on casters, as well as standard and reverse output conveyors which keep processed forms neat and sequential, ready for the mail.
Built in the USA with proven Formax technology, the innovative touchscreen, simple set-up and operation make the FD 2036 an ideal solution for any business or organization that is cost conscious but requires the versatility and dependability of a more expensive pressure sealer.