FP FPi-2000 Series Folder Inserter (Discontinued)
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Description of the FP FPi-2000 Folder Inserter
A neat, clean fold transforms any document into a professional-looking brochure. Adding an insert to a letter creates a more effective mail piece. The FPi-2000 series of tabletop mail folder/inserters quickly and easily gets business letters, advertising mailings, invoices, and other documents into the mail - with or without enclosures. The fold function can fit documents of various sizes into #10 or 6"x 9" envelopes. Every kind of commonly-used fold can be selected to quickly produce brochures or flyers: single-fold, Z-fold, double-parallel, or C-fold. The insert function easily adds small formats, pre-folded materials, reply cards, or return envelopes to letters for efficient and effective mail packages.
Folding/Inserting equipment can automate a very time-consuming part of your mailroom process by providing an efficient, costeffective, and more professional way to prepare your mail package materials. Designed for small to moderate quantities of mail, the FPi-2000 tabletop series is attractive, fast, and extremely simple to use. Up to three automatic feeder stations provide maximum versatility and capacity - they quickly and quietly perform a variety of applications, from daily miscellaneous mail to multi-part mass mailings.
|Fold Types||Single Fold, C Fold, Z Fold, Double Parallel Fold|
|Max Number of Full Page Inserts||3 to 5 sheets|
|Feed Tray Capacity||Up to 325|
|Accepted Envelope Sizes||6.4" - 9.4" W x 3.5" - 6.3" H|
|Accepted Paper Sizes||5" - 9" W x 3.5" - 14" L|
|Envelope Feed Hopper Capacity||Up to 150|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FPi2000|
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