Hello, my company is trying to find a way to quickly and accurately count stickers that we produce. They measure 4 inches by 8 inches and are a vinyl sticker on a paper backer. Would this be something that your paper counting machines would be able to do without peeling the sticker from its backer? Do you have any suggestions on which one would work best? We need to count them into groups of 10.
We recommend the Max Bantam paper counter. Manufactured by U.S. Paper Counters in Cairo, NY, this unit is relatively easy to set up and accurate. This entry-level model in the paper counting family is capable of executing up to 2,000 counts per minute (CPM) on 25-250 gsm paper. We have successfully test counted stacks of stickers similar to yours in the past. You are welcome to send us samples for testing.
Unlike several competing models that simply count paper based on weight, the Max-Bantam provides an exact number by literally counting each sheet. We have had prospective customers in the past question the accuracy of this machine. We actually have a Max Bantam in the offices of Office Zone and frequently test the unit with various paper samples. We have placed the same stack of paper on the machine, counting it multiple times, and the Max Bantam consistently provides the exact same number of sheets. It is indeed highly accurate.
The Max-Bantam comes loaded with several useful features. Besides counting high volumes of paper, it also has tab insertion and batch counting capabilities. All you have to do is the Max Bantam to place a tab into every 5 to 999 sheets. The tab insertion depth may even be adjusted. The tabs are then fed from a paper tab roll. Be sure to call Office Zone to learn more about the Max-Bantam paper counter.
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