Components of Mail Master Mail Sorters
Whether you are purchasing 60 or 12 pocket mail master mail sorter the unit will have numerous key components or features. The first major component for tabletop mail sorters is the melamine particle board shell on all sides including the back. The wall hung mail sorter has the same melamine particle board shell except the back is steel to add strength when wall mounting. Another feature detail of mail master sorter is the edges of the shell are finished with a color matched PVC trim for appearance purposes. Standards or uprights are the internal hardware that the organizer’s shelves slide into. Standards which are painted black for mail sorters allow users to adjust the shelves to accommodate varying volumes of documents for pocket opening occupants. Finally, the mail master mail sorter features powder coat steel shelves which offer 5 lbs. of capacity per pocket.
Features & Specifications
Finish for Sorter Shelves
(STANDARD) Finishes for wall hung mail sorter shelves are a solvent free powder coat paint. The paint is EPA tested and approved. All of the finishes are priced equally and the buyer can request color chips at no charge.
Melamine Finish for Mail Sorter Shell
(STANDARD) The interior and exterior of the Mail Master wall hung sorter shell (except steel sorter back) is finished in a durable and eye-catching melamine. Please note that wall hung mail organizers have a steel shell back and are finished the same as the mail sorter’s shelves.
Label Holder Option
(+$30.00) Label holders allow the department boss to identify each pocket opening. If this choice is ordered you will be furnished the applicable amount of clear plastic label holders with double sided tape and cardboard inserts for custom marking for each pocket opening.
Mail Sorter Overall Depth
(STANDARD) 12 1/4" (Letter size) sorter depth is the choice for documents that are 8 ½”W x 11” and is typically sufficient for most end user applications.
(+$85.00) 16 1/4" (Legal size) sorter depth is for buyers who need more space for documents, catalogs, forms, booklets, or other materials.