FA 46/66/82 ME

FA 46/66/82 ME
 
 
Best ergomics in three working widths.

The mobile and height-adjustable vertical stacker deliveries FA 46/66/82 ME with a pressing station are a good choice when it comes to processing non-sensitive and stable products in high print runs. Apart from the good quality for the further processing of the products, the most convincing argument is their operating convenience which again results in more efficient workflows.

 

Controlled by a light barrier and a counter, the marking device allows a preselectable number of products to be shifted in package which considerably facilitates the loading/ removal of the sheets. A height-adjustable, ergonomic impact table is directly positioned after the delivery – since the packages are directly situated in front of the operator, they just have to be removed from the pile and carefully shifted onto the impact table. The round belts at the infeed table diverge angularly outward to spread the product streams when running multiple-up productions. The models FA 66 ME and FA 82 ME are by default equipped for three and four-up productions. Due to the option to use the built-in controller, all types may also be used with older machines or machines from an external supplier.

 
Benefits
  • Integrated pressing station for better quality results
  • Marking device for shifting in package
  • Ergonomic, height-adjustable impact table directly after the delivery

  • Compact construction for optimal use of space
  • Built-in controller for use with older machines or machines from external suppliers
 
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