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Air Suction Collator with improved feeding performance and expanded paper size capacity.

The new VAC-L600H (6 bin) / VAC-L1000 (10 bin) air suction collators allow for expanded paper size capacity to produce A4 landscape booklets efficiently.

  • Expanded Paper Size Capacity – Up to 610mm length of sheet can be loaded easily for A4 landscape booklet production
  • Improved Feeding Performance – Individual blowing mechanisms for each bin, improved air flow and reliable suction rotor feeding system for superior feeding performance
  • Flexible Paper Handlings – Various controls are provided to handle a wide range of substrates such as overlap adjustment, speed adjustment and suction & blower levels
  • Power Consumption Reduction – Power consumptions is decreased to 1.6kW, which is about 700W (30%) of energy-saving compared to the previous model.

Ideal collators for the SPF-200L Bookletmaker & MKIII StitchLiner

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Sheet Weight Range Coated Paper: 73.3 to 207gsm Normal Paper: 52.3 to 207gsm
Sheet Size Max 350 x 610mm Min 148 x 148mm
Production Speed Max 9900 sets per hour

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