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Cummins-Allison Perforator

Description

The fastest, most productive way to mark documents clearly and permanently. A single actuation marks 1 to 25 sheets with letters and numbers formed by small holes or perforations. These easy-to-read markings cannot smudge or obliterate existing printing. And they cannot be erased or removed.

Single Variable Perforator Models

By far the most widely used type of perforator, these units can have top and/or bottom lines that have fixed (installer set) inscriptions, such as a top line reading "PAID" and a bottom line reading "ACME CO." The center line is variable with standard models offering variable date or variable numbering. In use, the top and bottom lines are always the same and the operator controls the center line.

Our most popular perforator model is the 304, which is specially designed to allow the top and bottom lines to be changed (requires a Cummins technician). Delivery of these perforator units is the fastest because they are frequently in stock at Cummins branch offices and can be field configured.

Multiple Variable Perforator Models

These perforators are available with one, two or three-line "inscriptions." The top and bottom lines are optional. Either or both can be factory-set or variable. The center line is always variable. These perforators are ideal for applications where they will be used for different functions by different departments/individuals.

The top or bottom variable lines use metal "keys" to control the inscriptions. These keys can be used to identify: the function, the department, the operator or whatever is needed. The versatility is unlimited. When the operator is identified in the inscription, you gain excellent control and accountability.

MODEL FEATURES

  • Easily Mark Multiple Pages - Cummins-Allison perforators can mark thousands of pages per hour -- without a skip or miss.
  • Fast Set Up - Variable dates and numbers can be set in seconds.
  • Wide Variety of Applications - Recommended by auditors, accounting firms and government agencies, Cummins perforators are perfect for:
    • Invoice Canceling
    • X-Ray Film Marking
    • Document Validation
    • Mail Dating
    • Document Canceling
    • Adding Batch Numbers to Labels
    • Source Document Marking
    • Stocks and Bonds
    • License Validating
    • Sealed Bid Dating
    • General Marking
  • Made in the USA - Each Cummins-Allison perforator is UL listed and proudly made in America.

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