Paitec Laser LJ-3000 Air-Assist Paper Jogger (Discontinued)
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Paitec Laser LJ-3000 Air-Assist Paper Jogger (Discontinued)

Item #: 04PTLJ3000
  • Capacity: 2 Reams of 11" x 17" Paper [1,000 Sheets]
  • Operating Method: Electric
  • Speed: 3,000 RPM Motor with Variable Speed
  • Number of Bins: 1 Bin
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Overview

The Paitec USA LJ3000 air-assist paper jogger was designed specifically for the laser printing market. It has a unique air-assist feature that pulls in air through a fan and distributes it through four different air slots on the paper tray, two on each side. This jogging friction and while simultaneously blowing air with anti-static ionizer technology speeds up the process of jogging sheets into alignment, eliminating paper static and cooling the printed paper even faster than ever before, so you can keep up with the demands of your print shop or mail room. There is no more waiting for the paper to cool before finishing in your paper folder, mailer or pressure sealer; this jogger does the work for you. An extra large capacity of up to a 4" thick stack of paper is double what many other joggers offer, and works out to about two full reams of paper. Large, shock-absorbing feet help minimize the noise and vibration, making it a quiet paper jogger, and an adjustable speed setting lets you set the vibration intensity so you can tailor this machine to your unique paper stock and size applications. When you buy the Paitec Laser 3000 air-assist paper jogger online, you expand your jog capacity up to 11" x 17" sheets, perfect for many weights of paper stock, envelopes, mailers, posters and more.

Specifications

Item #04PTLJ3000
ManufacturerPaitec
Manufacturer Part NumberPTEC-LJ3000
Capacity*2 Reams of 11" x 17" Paper [1,000 Sheets]
Operating MethodElectric
Power Voltage115-230V Switchable Voltage, 2Amps
Speed3,000 RPM Motor with Variable Speed
Dimensions22" W x 18" D Footprint
Maximum Sheet Size11" W x 17" H
Number of Bins1 Bin
Product Weight (lbs)28
Shipping Weight (lbs)60

Description

The Paitec USA LJ3000 air-assist paper jogger was designed specifically for the laser printing market. It has a unique air-assist feature that pulls in air through a fan and distributes it through four different air slots on the paper tray, two on each side. This jogging friction and while simultaneously blowing air with anti-static ionizer technology speeds up the process of jogging sheets into alignment, eliminating paper static and cooling the printed paper even faster than ever before, so you can keep up with the demands of your print shop or mail room. There is no more waiting for the paper to cool before finishing in your paper folder, mailer or pressure sealer; this jogger does the work for you. An extra large capacity of up to a 4" thick stack of paper is double what many other joggers offer, and works out to about two full reams of paper. Large, shock-absorbing feet help minimize the noise and vibration, making it a quiet paper jogger, and an adjustable speed setting lets you set the vibration intensity so you can tailor this machine to your unique paper stock and size applications. When you buy the Paitec Laser 3000 air-assist paper jogger online, you expand your jog capacity up to 11" x 17" sheets, perfect for many weights of paper stock, envelopes, mailers, posters and more.

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Paitec USA Laser 3000 Air Paper Jogger

Transcript: See the Paitec Laser 3000 Air-Assist Paper Jogger in action and learn about the features and specs so you can ensure it is the best buy for your paper jogging needs.
See the Paitec Laser 3000 Air-Assist Paper Jogger in action and learn about the features and specs so you can ensure it is the best buy for your paper jogging needs.

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