Formax Enhances Pressure-Seal Technology
Formax, located in Dover, N.H., introduced the FD 2094 and FD 2084, the latest additions to its AutoSeal line, replacing the FD 2092 and FD 2082. Using patented pressure-seal technology, they efficiently process cut-sheet and continuous forms in a mid-volume production environment. Both units are capable of processing up to 400,000 forms monthly at speeds of up to 28,000 forms per hour.
The FD 2094 has a remarkably small footprint, is fully automated and uses a bottom air-feed system for continual loading of cut-sheet forms. The FD 2084 is a combination of the FD 2094 and the Formax FD 676 Maxi Burster. This configuration is capable of separating, folding and sealing continuous pressure-seal forms in-line. Each unit has six pre-programmed fold types with the ability to store up to three custom folds into memory, and has the flexibility to process forms up to 20 inches in length.
Fold plates and conveyor stacker wheels are set at the touch of a button, providing efficiency and ease of use. The high-capacity 31-inch output conveyor is a standard feature and offers neat, sequential stacking of forms. An optional center slitter and two-up form kit are available for applications such as double postcards.
These and other features combine to make the FD 2094 & FD 2084 powerful and efficient solutions for automating and processing checks, invoices, PIN notices, tax forms, marketing collateral or any other mid-volume mailings that are produced on a one-piece pressure-sensitive mailer.
For more information, visit www.formax.com.