Features of the Omation Model 206 Envelopener Letter Opener
Opens 36,000 envelopes/hour
Dater/printer stamps envelopes with the date or custom info
Automatic jam detection easily fixes any clogs
Electronic counter shows up to 6 figures on LCD display
Counter can be used without opening envelopes at all
Opex mill technology produces paper chips that are collected and discarded, preventing build up and messes
Two mail tray supports optimize productivity
Oversized support and catch helps with transporting and stacking envelopes
Paper cuts are avoided due to soft, feathered edges
Batch counter with auto stop and auto pause
Dimensions (D x W x H): 22 5/8" x 47 1/8" x 57"
Video Demo of the Omation Model 206 Envelopener Letter Opener
Description of the Omation Model 206 Envelopener Letter Opener
The Omation Model 206 Envelopener mixes functionality and compact shape to create an efficient letter opener. The Model 206 easily opens letters ranging up to 13.5" in length and ½" in thickness and can do so at a rate of up to 35,000 letters per hour. The advanced technology of the Model 206 requires little operator sorting, jogging or assistance and virtually no operator experience to get the full results; it is incredibly easy to use.
The Opex model 206 Envelopener has many advanced features that allow the user to get the most out of the machine. The Model 206 automatically collects the bits of paper milled off of the envelope when it is opened. They are collected and discarded through a tube, keeping your workspace clear and the machine from getting jammed. It also has two mail tray supports to optimize your work flow. The oversized envelope support and catch easily allows the user to stack and transport envelopes. The automatic jam detection notifies the user when a paper jam has occurred and then clears it so work can continue. The electronic counter features a digital count of up to 6 numbers on an LCD display that is easily resettable.
Other features include the batch counter, which assists in opening preset batch sizes up to 999. It also allows the user to choose to either automatically stop or automatically pause the job after the preset count is reached. The dater/printer function allows a custom print, the date or both to be printed on the envelopes as they go through the machine.
The advanced milling technology doesn't simply chop off the top of the envelope like so many envelope openers do. Instead, a circular mill cutter quickly removes chips of paper from the top of the envelope. This not only protects the documents inside the envelope from getting cut up, but also prevents paper cuts by leaving a soft, feathered edge. The operator can also manually adjust how deep they want the mill to cut by using the four-position depth of cut.