DOVER, NH: Formax introduces the new FD 1506 Plus Mid-Volume Tabletop Pressure Sealer, at the same economical price as the discontinued FD 1502 Plus. The FD 1506 Plus features an integrated output conveyor, and an innovative new color touchscreen control panel.
The new Formax touchscreen technology is currently being incorporated into the entire tabletop pressure seal line. An intuitive graphic interface uses internationally-recognized symbols in place of text, making it easy for anyone to use.
Pressure seal forms are ideal for checks, invoices, marketing pieces, school reports and any other mail piece that can be printed on one form. Simply load the forms, set the fold type, and press the start icon. In minutes, you’ll have folded and sealed pieces, ready for the mail, without the hassle and expense of envelopes.
The FD 1506 Plus processes up to 6,250 forms per hour, in sizes up to 14” long. Six popular folds are clearly marked on the rugged metal fold plates for quick, simple set-up and operation, and can be easily adjusted for custom folds. With its integrated output conveyor, processed forms stay in a neat, sequential order, ready for mailing.
Standard features include easy-set fold plates, heavy-duty steel construction, a hopper capacity of up to 200 forms, a drop-in feed-system, six-digit resettable counter, and proven Formax pressure seal technology.
The FD 1506 Plus AutoSeal is proudly made in the USA and built to last. With the new intuitive and innovative touchscreen, and convenient integrated output conveyor, it’s ideal for businesses and organizations looking to streamline their mailings with a dependable, easy-to-use pressure sealer.
Formax is an industry leader in the design, engineering, sales and support of pressure seal, mailing, digital print & finishing and data destruction solutions. The company's goal is to continually introduce new and innovative products while providing an unequaled level of service and support for authorized dealers worldwide. Formax's corporate sales and service office is located in Dover, NH, and manufacturing facilities in Turlock, CA.