- For high-speed processing of large mail volume
- Automatically feeds, opens and collects a stack of envelopes
- Operates at a speed of up to 17,500 envelopes per hour
- Opens envelopes up to 1/4" thick
- Accepts a 6" tall stack of envelopes
- Adjustable width to accommodate different envelope sizes and types
- Comes with removable receiving tray
- Dimensions: 35.5" x 10.625" x 12.125"
- Weight: 41 lbs.
- UPC Code: 11991620009
- Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Hi! Paul Wildey here with you again, director of product development and engineering here at Martin Yale. I’m here with you today to talk about some new and exciting developments about product with the new exciting Martin Yale. Today I’m going to talk about some new innovations that we’ve done to our 62001 letter opener. The 62001 letter opener has been around for quite some time. Due to the length of time it’s been around, we decided it was time to do some innovative new things with it to bring something fresh to the market. The new, exciting things that we’ve done to this letter opener is that we’ve actually made it easier for end-user use. Just to show you a little bit here what’s made it easier, I’m going to open the top here and show you that the system for feeding the envelopes through has been changed. This used to be a double-ski system and now we’re looking at a roller system that does a better job of handling a wider array of envelopes without the necessity of customer adjustment. Additionally, it also does a better job of folding the envelopes back against the back frame to precisely open the envelopes with less inconsistency during the opening process. Another change that we’ve made to the unit is on the envelope separator system. Again, this used to be more cumbersome and harder to adjust. Now we’ve made it so that you can send envelopes through with varying thicknesses much easier without a lot of adjustments. It may be kind of hard to see on film here but this envelope, of course, is quite a bit thicker than this one. It just has four sheets in it and this one has a single sheet. As far as operation as it relates to the 62001, it’s still pretty much the same for the end-user. The standard operation for any letter opener is you tap down your mail, of course, to get all the contents inside down to the bottom. Then what you do is you come over here and you lay the envelopes on your feed system and then you power the machine up. What I’ve done for this particular demonstration, though, is I’ve added in thin and thick, and this is one of the things that we’ve improved on the 62001 that’s now that you can run these varying thicknesses much easier without the hassle of having to do minor adjustments to the envelope separator or the skis that used to be in this system. That being said, I’m going to go ahead and turn the machine on now and let you see how it works. As you can see, all the envelopes have clearly been opened and, if the camera can zoom in close enough here, you can see we’ve got a four-sheet, single-sheet, more single-sheets. So you can just … as mail is inconsistent, of course, you’re going to have inconsistencies when you’re trying to open your letters. That’s precisely what this was designed to do is give you that flexibility without having to make tweaks to the machine when you’re processing different thicknesses of mail. If you have any questions about the new 62001, please contact our customer service at inside sales here at Martin Yale and the number you will see at the bottom of the screen. Thank you.
Martin Yale 62001 High Speed Letter Opener with Tray Review
- The Martin Yale 62001 is a high speed letter opener that is capable of processing over 17,000 envelopes per hour.
- It is designed for handling large volumes of different sized envelopes without the need for presorting.
- It is one of the highest speed and most versatile letter openers available on the market.
- The Martin Yale 62001 is ideal for large mailrooms and mail processors who need to handle huge numbers of envelopes on a daily basis.
- The Martin Yale 62001 is an extremely high speed letter opener. It is designed to automatically feed and process a huge volume of mail in no time at all. It can handle up to 17,500 mixed sized envelopes per hour. For large organizations, this machine can save literally dozens of man hours every day by automating the letter opening process.
- The Martin Yale 62001 can accept a stack of envelopes that is up to 6 inches tall. You simply place the stack of envelopes in the feed tray and allow the machine to feed and process the envelopes. It even comes with a removable receiving tray to stack up the opened letters.
- This letter opener is capable of opening letters that are up to 1/4" thick and that are all different sizes and types.
- The Martin Yale 62001 takes each piece of mail and cuts a small portion off the top of the envelope. If the mail pieces have not been adequately jogged so that the pieces are settled to the bottom of the envelopes it is possible that the 62001 will slice into the contents of letter. Many high volume mailrooms will combine this letter opener with envelope jogging equipment for maximum productivity and to reduce potential damage to processed mail pieces. If you don't have a paper or envelope jogger you will want to manually jog the mail pieces before feeding them into the machine.
- Certain pieces of mail may arrive with torn flaps and damage that may cause the envelopes to get caught inside the Martin Yale 6200 letter opener. It is important to remove any damaged envelopes and process them manually to prevent problems with feeding the envelopes.
- The fact that the Martin Yale 62001 cuts of a small piece of each envelope that it opens means that it produces waste. It is important to remember to empty the waste bin on the letter opener so that it does not become too full and cause problems.
- The Martin Yale 62001 high speed automatic letter opener is ideal for large mail rooms and mail processors that deal with tens of thousands of letters per day.
- It can open different sizes of envelopes and envelopes that are up to 1/4" thick.
- It is capable of saving hundreds of man hours per week and should be capable of paying for itself in no time at all.
- You just need to remember to make sure that the envelopes are properly jogged before opening so that the contents don't get sliced during the opening process. For this reason it is always a good idea to consider pairing the Martin Yale 62001 with a high quality paper jogger or envelope jogger.