Rhin-O-Tuff PAL-M Manual Paper Lifter Binding/Punching Systems Rhin-O-Tuff

Rhin-O-Tuff PAL-M Manual Paper Lifter Binding/Punching Systems Rhin-O-Tuff

Rhin-O-Tuff PAL-M Manual Paper Lifter

  • SKU: NSC00205PALM
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Basic Specs of the PAL-M

  • Max Sheet Size: 8-1/2"x14"
  • Max Sheet Capacity: 3 reams
  • Stands Alone: No
  • Attaches to Punching Machine: Yes - Vertical
  • CE Listed: Yes
  • Margin of Error: 1 sheet
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Item Dimensions (DxWxH): 12"x18.5"x11"
  • Item Weight: 12 lbs
The Rhin-O-Tuff PAL-M is a manual paper lifter designs to work atop one of Rhin-O-Tuff's vertical punching machines.

Description of the Rhin-O-Tuff PAL-M Manual Paper Lifter

Rhin-O-Tuff's PAL-M is the manual version of the PAL-14, an electric paper lifter. It accommodates paper sizes ranging from 5.5" x 5.5" to 8.5" x 14" and can lift up to 3 reams of paper at once. The PAL-M's versatility allows you to combine it with an APES-14 attachment or any Rhin-O-Tuff vertical punching machine. What the PAL-M essentially does is create stacks with a predetermined number of sheets to prepare them for punching. This tool can potentially increase productivity by a very large margin because it allows you to punch the maximum amount of sheets without jamming the machine. The machine's margin of error is 1 sheet of paper, guaranteeing that your stacks will always be even. This creates a cleaner, more uniform look for your final product. This machine comes with a 1 year warranty should anything unexpected happen with your manual paper lifter. At only 12 lbs, this machine is very lightweight and portable. Order yours today to start streamlining productivity!

Manufacturer Name Rhin-O-Tuff
Max Sheet Capacity 3 reams
Model # PAL-M
Manufacturer Part Number 00205PALM
Weight 12 lbs
Height 11"
Width 18.5"
Depth 12"
Shipping Weight 12.0000
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