Today, Martin Yale, a U.S.-based manufacturer of print finishing, office, and mailroom equipment, introduced its latest paper folder, the 1811. Designed to require no pre-fanning of paper, the 1811 provides mailrooms and offices in schools, churches, businesses and associations a convenient way to automatically fold a stack of up to 300 sheets of paper.
The new 1811 performs seven types of folds, operating at a speed of up to 12,000 sheets per hour. The fold range is adjustable on both the first and second folds. Large rubber rollers provide consistent paper feeding, while durable conveyor belts create easy-to-handle, fanned stacks. The 1811 also folds stapled sets of papers up to five sheets through its manual bypass.
“Martin Yale’s new 1811 paper folder will handle even the largest folding jobs with ease,” said Greg German, president, Martin Yale. “The 1811 is built to last, whether you’re folding hundreds or thousands of papers a week. This highly durable machine takes the pain out of folding tasks.”
As with all Martin Yale products, the 1811 paper folder is backed by the company’s 5 Star Service commitment, which encompasses customer service, order handling, support, product quality and performance and integrity:
“Martin Yale is committed to working with and supporting our dealers and other distribution partners. We promise that when you do business with Martin Yale, we will work hard to ensure your complete satisfaction in every contact, every interaction, every exchange. Every individual at Martin Yale is dedicated to helping you, to meeting your needs, supporting your efforts, and treating you with fairness and kindness.”