Formax Introduces FD 2006IL Inline Pressure Sealer with New Touchscreen Technology

October, 2018

DOVER, NH: Formax introduces the FD 2006IL In-line Pressure Seal System, replacing the FD 2002IL. The new system features Formax color touchscreen technology.

The FD 2006IL System allows operators to print, fold and seal pressure-sensitive one-piece mailers in one seamless step, reducing processing time while increasing document security. The IL System works in-line with model-specific MICR and non-MICR desktop laser printers. Its fully-enclosed paper path is designed to conceal confidential documents including PIN notices, checks, school grade reports, and health care information.

The IL Alignment Base connect the FD 2006IL with the laser printer (not included), and has an easy-pull design which allows the printer to be pulled away from the sealer, providing easy access to the fold plates and paper path.

The fold plates are easy to adjust, with pre-marked settings for 11” and 14” forms, and include fine-tune knobs for crisp, precise folds. Standard folds include C, V, and Z, in addition to custom fold settings. The user-friendly color touchscreen control panel, six-digit resettable counter and fault detection all make the FD 2006IL very easy to use.

Options include locking cabinets and a choice of two conveyors with photo eye for neat, sequential stacking of processed forms. The FD 2006IL is also available as a package, which includes the pressure sealer, IL alignment base, two cabinets and conveyor at a reduced price.

The FD 2006IL is ideal for businesses and organizations processing sensitive documents or those looking for a mid-volume in-line solution for processing pressure seal forms.

Formax Direct has been a leading reseller and servicing dealer in the New England area for more than 20 years, representing the complete Formax product line along with a number of top mailing equipment lines. The quality and expansiveness of the Neopost/Hasler product line is a perfect fit to the Formax Direct offerings.

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