Magner 915 Coin Counter/Roll (Packager)Item#:Magner-915Manufacturer:MagnerBrand:MagnerRetail Price:$995.00Ace Depot Price:$499.00You Save:$496.00 (49.85%)Condition:Brand New
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Coin counters sorter wapper Magner 915 Coin Counter/Packager offers real value in coin counting and packaging applications. Whether you are counting coins into bags or rolls for deposit or recirculation, the Magner coin counter sorter wapper Magner 915 offers speed (1800 coins per min), accuracy, and ease of use.
Magner is well known for making high quality coin counters and sorters. This includes the reputable Magner 915 coin counting, sorting and rolling machine. Using two dials, you can adjust this machine based on diameter and thickness to quickly count and sort a specific denomination of coin. This includes pennies, nickels, quarters and dimes. Coins that don’t fit the specified diameter and thickness are sent to the coin reject slot on the side of the machine.
|Counting Modes||Continuous Counting & Preset Counting|
|Counting Device||Electronic sensor|
|Coin Thickness||0.8 to 3.8 (mm) and .0315 to .1496 ( inches)|
|Coin Diameter||14 to 34 (mm) and .5512 to 1.3386 (inches)|
|Dimensions||23 W x 32 D x 17 H (cm) and 9.06 W x 12.6 D x 6.69 H (inches)|
|Shipping Weight||18.7 lbs. (8.5 Kg)|
|Hopper Capacity||1500 coins|
|Ambient Temperature||0 to 40ºC, 32 to 104ºF|
|Power Requirements||110V AC, 60Hz|
|Warranty||90-day warranty, does not include consumable parts, labor, and shipping.|
This is our second GBC wire binding machine. Our first one wore out after seven years of heavy use. We are very loyal to the GBC brand because of their machines' durable construction and long service life. I must say that the wire-bound documents look much nicer than comb-bound ones. The wire bindings also tend to stay together much better than comb-bound documents. We highly recommend this machine to anyone who wants professional-looking document binding.
The service was great and the time-line was wonderful. Way to go!