- Scrap width is adjustable via a knob.
- Envelopes and scrap are separated during the opening process.
- Includes a removable receiving tray.
- Slits envelopes open without damaging the contents.
- Handles envelope stacks up to 6" high.
- Excellent for use in mailrooms and businesses.
- Opens letters at a fast 17,000 envelopes per hour.
- Excellent for high-speed mail opening.
- Feeds, opens and collects stacks of mail.
- Can handle envelopes up to 1/4" thick.
The Model 62001 Envelope Opener is a high-speed, high-capacity, high-output letter opener. This is a self-feeding envelope opener with a six-inch stack load tray that automatically pulls envelopes through one-by-one and stacks them. The self-sharpening blade makes a single slice through the envelope, opening 18,000 envelopes per hour. Order one for your bank, credit union, credit card company mail room today.
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Model 62001 High-Speed Letter Opener from Martin Yale Specifications:
||1/50" - 1/8" D
||Ninety day limited.
|Maximum Envelope Thickness
||17,500 pieces per hour.
||36" x 10 5/8" x 12 5/8"
||115V 60Hz (220V 50Hz avail.)
UL and CSA approved
If you open dozens, to hundreds or even thousands of letters and envelopes per day, you should throw away the letter opener knife and upgrade to a heavy-duty machine like the Martin Yale 62001 high-speed letter opener. This machine is designed to get the job done quickly and speed up efficiency while saving money in labor. So is this particular machine the right model for you?
Martin Yale is a well-known business, especially for their lineup of office machinery. They are probably best known for their paper folding machines, although they now also own and run the popular brand Intimus who manufactures paper shredders. They also make a great lineup of joggers, letter openers, tabbing machines and more. Their machines are known for being an affordable alternative to more expensive machines.
The Model 62001 is an automatic envelope opener that is 100% electric powered. It uses a special belt system to pull paper inside and cut the tops off of envelopes. This is all done at a speed of about 17,500 envelopes per hour. As envelopes are slit open, they are tossed into a catch tray on the other side of the machine. This is all remarkably done without damaging the contents inside. You could say that all the operator has to do is place paper inside, flip a switch and remove the opened mail.
This machine weighs in at 41 pounds and is perfect for use on desks or tables. You will primarily find the 62001 in mail rooms, however, it can be used just about anywhere in the office. Not only is this machine fast, but it is also extremely versatile. It is designed to work with a wide range of envelope sizes and types. This includes envelopes up to 1/4" thick.
The hopper on this machine can handle a 6" stack of envelopes. Simply place them in the feed tray and turn the machine on. It is really that simple. No special training is required, and because sharp components are covered, it is safe to use and operate. This is a huge lifesaver for people that open a lot of daily mail.
As the envelopes are opened, a tiny strip of paper is cut off the top of the envelope. While this seems messy in theory, the 62001 does a great job of keeping things clean. It will separate the scrap pieces from the envelope as they are tossed into the catch bin.
If you are concerned about the build quality, you should know that this machine is made out of almost all metal parts. It is very sturdy and stays put during operation. As mentioned earlier, you will find this machine in mailrooms, businesses, mail sorting facilities and more.
We are an authorized Martin Yale dealer, so we are able to provide after sale support and can get you repair parts or provide service as needed. Please don't hesitate to call one of our expert Letter Opener Specialists at 1-800-543-5454 with any questions. Buy yours today!
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