Pitney Bowes Relay™ 7000 Folder Inserter Review
Improve your businesses productivity and accuracy with the Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 folder inserter for even the most complex mailing jobs. Process a wide variety of items with this high volume machine including invoices, statements, bills and brochures. All documents processed will be assembled professionally into the correct envelope, eliminating any potential errors.
Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 Folder Inserter
Ensuring mail gets to the correct recipient on time is essential for any business. The Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 folder inserter is one machine that can help ensure this happens every time an item of mail is folded and inserted. Ensure accuracy all the time in your mail assembly.
This is a high volume folding inserting machine that can process mail at a top speed of 5,400 items every hour. This estimates that a business should be using the Relay 7000 for around 120,000 items every month to truly reap the benefits of using this type of machine.
The Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 folder inserter comes with a load-on-the-fly capability which allows the system to be paused whilst new materials are loaded. This will help increase productivity in your mail room as the system will not need to stop. For ease of use, a colour touch screen and various job memories are also available.
Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 Folder Inserter Features
Find out what folding inserting machine features are included with the Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 folder inserter below.
- Speed: 5,400 per hour
- Speed: 120,000 per month
- Fold Types: C fold, Z fold, Half fold, Double fold, No fold
- Integrity Options: OMR, 1D, 2D & File Based
- Max Number of Feeders: 8 (4 high capacity sheet feeders & 4 sheet / insert feeders)
- Standard Sheet Feeder Capacity: 350 Sheets
- Inserter Feeder Capacity: 350 Inserts
- High Capacity Sheet Feeder Capacity: 2000 Sheets
- Letter Envelope Capacity: 500 Envelopes
You can use the Pitney Bowes Relay 7000 folder inserter inline with a franking machine. View our range of franking machines here to find out more.