Formax FD 2002 Pressure Sealer Part# FD 2002

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Formax FD 2002 Pressure Sealer Part# FD 2002
$6,795.00
The FD 2002 AutoSeal® pressure sealer is a powerful desktop model designed to process pressure sensitive self-mailers. An easy to use touch-pad control panel and three-roller drop-in feed system make this product both practical and dependable. Its redesigned sliding fold plates make setup and operation even easier, with fine tuning knobs for precision folds.

Standard features include a six-digit counter, jog control, fault detection, and LED indicators. Load up to 250 forms in the hopper to be processed at speeds up to 8,000 forms per hour.

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Hopper Capacity: Up to 250 sheets 24# (90gsm) Fixed Speed: Up to 8,000 sheets per hour - based on 11” (279mm) “Z” fold Paper Size: Up to 8.5’’ W x 14” L (216 W x 356 L mm) Usage: Mid-volume Power: FD Model: 120 Volts AC 50/60Hz FE Model: 220 Volts AC 50/60Hz Dimensions: 25.75” L x 16.5” W x 14.25” H (65 L x 42 W x 36 H cm) w/ 18” Conveyor & Cabinet: 46” L x 22” W x 44” H (117 L x 56 W x 112 H cm) Weight: 88.5 lbs (40 kg) Document Sequence: Standard sequence is A-to-Z input, Z-to-A output. Optional FD 2000-35 reverse conveyor available for A-to-Z output. Certifications: UL and CUL approved CE applied for Made in the USA
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