Martin Yale EX5100 Tabber Martin Yale

Martin Yale EX5100 Tabber Martin Yale

Martin Yale EX5100 Tabber

  • SKU: MYLEX5100
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Basic Specs of the Martin Yale EX5100 Tabber

  • Media Dimensions: 5-12" wide
  • Media Thickness: 1/8"
  • Speed: 7,500 pieces/hour
  • Tab Size: 15/16" or 31/32" round, or 7/8" square (with friction or tractor fed backing)
  • Electrical: 115 V, 60 Hz
  • Dimensions: 20" W x 21" D x 17" H
  • Weight: 40 lbs

Features of the Martin Yale EX5100 Tabber

  • Seals mail pieces with an adhesive tab to create mailings that comply with U.S. postal requirements.
  • Reduces cost of mailings by eliminating the need for envelopes.
  • Accepts rolls of up to 5000 tabs.
  • Precision control of tab location.
  • Handles media 5 to 12 Inches wide and up to 1/8 Inches thick.

The Martin Yale EX5100 Tabbing Machine quickly and easily seals your mail pieces. It reduces cost of mailings by eliminating the need for envelopes and accepts rolls of up to 5,000 tabs. It has precision control of the tab location, can handle media 5" to 12" wide and up to 0.125" thick.

This tabbing machine can process media at up to 7,000 pieces per hour. It accepts 0.9375", 0.96875" and 1" round tabs with either friction or tractor fed backing. On top of all of that, it has built-in diagnostics for easy servicing. It's an excelling tabbing machine addition to any mail room.

Manufacturer Name Martin Yale
Speed 7,500 pieces/hour
Max Media Thickness 1/8''
Max Media Width 12''
Tab Shapes Round, square
Tab Size 15/16'' (31/32'' round, 7/8'' square)
Tabs per Roll 5,000
Tabbing Capability Yes
Model # EX5100
Weight 40 lbs.
Height 17''
Depth 21''
Width 20''
Voltage 115 Volts; other voltages available

UPC 011991510003
Shipping Weight 40.0000
Shipping Length 18
Shipping Width 26
Shipping Height 16
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