Formax FD 2054 Pressure Sealer Part# FD 2054

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Formax FD 2054 Pressure Sealer Part# FD 2054
$11,550.00
The AutoSeal® FD 2054 is a fully automatic pressure sealer which provides the ultimate tabletop solution for processing pressure sensitive one-piece mailers. Designed with ease of operation and efficiency in mind, the FD 2054 automatically detects and adjusts for 11”, 14” and 17” forms. It features 5 pre-programmed standard folds for even panel C, V, Z and uneven / eccentric C & Z folds. It also has the ability to store up to 35 custom fold settings with the simple touch of a button.

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Speed: Up to 16,450 forms per hour – based on 11” (279mm) Z-Fold
Hopper Capacity: Up to 500 sheets 20 #
Duty Cycle: Up to 200,000 forms per month
Pre-Set Folds: Pre-programmed for C, V, Z in 11 - 17” forms, uneven C and Z 14” forms
Pre-Set Paper Sizes: FD Model: 11”, 14”, 17” FE Model: A5, A4, A3, B6, B5, B4
Custom Folds: Stores up to 35 custom folds into memory
Paper Size: Min: 3.5” W x 5” L (88.9 W x 127 L mm) Max: 12.25” W x 18” L (311 W x 457 L mm)
Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian & Dutch
Dimensions: Closed: 43” L x 21.28” W x 16” H (109 L x 54 W x 41 H cm) Fully Extended: 55” L x 21.28” W x 16” H (140 L x 54 W x 41 H cm) Weight: 127 lbs (97kg)
Power: 110-240VAC 50/60 Hz
Safety Certifications: UL & CE applied for

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