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Neopost IJ65 Franking Machine
Further Information on the Neopost IJ65 High Volume Franking Machine
The Neopost IJ65 operates at speeds of up to 135 letters per minute and virtually eliminates the common problems associated with processing mail in office settings. The Neopost IJ65 is one of the most reliable and sturdy franking machines ever made. If you need high volume fast reliable franking automatic envelope feeding then the IJ65 is the one for you.
The new transport and digital printing system automatically adjusts for different envelope thickness and prints clearly on even or uneven surfaces up to 16mm thick. The wide feed platform ensures smooth, stable operation on large envelopes, even the usually more difficult C4 portrait style.
The Neopost IJ65 Franking Machine is also available with full online weighing and measuring whilst in motion through the machine. Click on the related products tab above for more information.
This machine is also available on a rental basis for £249.00 + Vat per quarter including full support & maintenance. * Click Here to download and complete the rental agreement.
* Minimum 12 month agreement payable by Direct Debit.
Neopost IJ65 Franking Machine Further Information:
- Speed: 120 Letters Per Minute
- Built In Postal Scale: Yes, 5Kg
- Smart Meter: No
- Royal Mail Vat Services Compliant: No
- Royal Mail License Included: Yes
- Connection Method for 'Top-Ups' or updates: Analogue Line (such as a fax line)
- Postal Rate Change Update: ALL Inclusive Free of Charge with our Support & Service Agreement
- Free Delivery and Installation: Yes
- Ink Cartridge Cost & Yield: £89.95 for approx. 12,000 Impressions (Mailcoms Pricing)
- Full Ink Cartridge and Pack of Labels Supplied With Machine: Yes
- Machine Age & Usage: Approximately 18 Months & Light Usage
- Annual Support & Service Agreement: 1st 12 Months Free of Charge, thereafter - £399 per annum
Mailcoms are an authorised distributor for Neopost and are fully approved to inspect, Service and Maintain Neopost franking machines by the Royal Mail.