Used Longford C700 12" Wide High Speed Friction Feeder

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Equipment # G5361
Item Longford C700 12" Wide High Speed Friction Feeder
Category Feeder
Friction Feeder
Manufacturer   Longford International
Model C700
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Equipment Description

Used Longford High Speed Friction Feeder with:

  • Designed with the flexibility to fit all packaging and print finishing systems, from a single feeder on a cartoning line to complete turnkey collation systems
  • Up to 450 pieces per minute
  • Minimum specifications:
    • 1.5 inches long x 1.5 inches wide x 0.004 inches thick
  • Maximum specifications:
    • 9 inches long x 7 inches wide x 0.250 inches thick
  • Single or batch feed mode

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Amperage:4 amps

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Inspection Details

Location: Evansville, IN

This machine is located at SIGMA Equipment's warehouses in Evansville, IN. You are always welcome to visit, however we request 48 hours notice to ensure access to your requested machine.

Call us at (812) 303-8383 to schedule an inspection.
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