Mail sorting installations

Mail sorting installation with swinging nameplates (Image No.: 01560)
Mail sorting installation with swinging nameplates (Image No.: 01560)
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Mail sorting installation with outside insertion and removal (Image No.: 01576)
Mail sorting installation with outside insertion and removal (Image No.: 01576)
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Mail sorting installation with  rear insertion incl. swinging nameplates, removal on front (front view)
Mail sorting installation with rear insertion incl. swinging nameplates, removal on front (front view)
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In hospitals, schools, hotels, banks, authorities etc. these special installations are essential for transmission and distribution of documents and post. Precisely constructed and equipped according to our clients requirements our mail sorting installations are individually produced. Below you can see some possibilities of the equipment of these installations. Send us your tender and we are happy to prepare the appropriate offer.
Equipment variations
Description | Equipment possibility 1 | Equipment possibility 2
  • mailboxes on insertion side with door or frontpanel, closed, insertion happens through insertion flap
  • mailboxes completely open on insertion side
  • mailboxes on insertion side individually open, whole insertion side closable with roller shutter (hand crank or electric drive possible) closable mailboxes on insertion side with single doors or one- or two-piece main door
When having open boxes a pendulum nameplate is used which identifies the user.
It can easily be labeled and changed.
The removal side can be equipped with a standard door with nameplate and cylinder lock.
Optionally it is also possible to apply electronically navigated locks for access and removal.
  • mail sorting installation with horizontal mailboxes in two different heights
  • with pendulum nameplate
  • open insertion side with dipterous main door with 3-point locking
  • as through-wall unit with removal of mail from back
  • door and sourround frame available as round-, edge profile or with stainless steel facing
left: removal side; right: insertion sideleft: removal side; right: insertion side
  • mail sorting installtaion with horizontal mailboxes in two different heights
  • with pendulum nameplate
  • open insertion side with roller shutter, lockable, here operation with hand crank (available with different surrounds, available with hand crank or electric drive)
  • designed as freestanding bank with tight fitting facing in special version on faced underframe

left: removal side, right: insertion sideleft: removal side, right: insertion side
Surfaces, materials and colours
Powder coating in 21 RAL standard colours | Anodizing and PVD colours | Materials
smooth, silk-glosssmooth, matmicrostructure, mat
RAL 7016
Anthracite grey
RAL 7016
Anthracite grey
RAL 7016
Anthracite grey
RAL 9006
White aluminium
RAL 9006
White aluminium
RAL 9006
White aluminium
RAL 9007
Grey aluminium
RAL 9007
Grey aluminium
RAL 9007
Grey aluminium
RAL 9016
Traffic white
RAL 9016
Traffic white
RAL 9016
Traffic white
RAL 7035
Light grey
DB703
Iron mica
DB703
Iron mica
RAL 8017
Chocolate brown
RAL 8028
Terra brown
RAL 6005
Moss green
RAL 9005
Deep black
RAL 9010
Pure white
After pretreatment the parts are powder coated manually by KNOBLOCH. Here electrostatically charged polyester powder is applied to the raw parts to a thickness of 70-100 micrometers with a hand spray gun and then baked at 160-200 ° Celsius. It results in a continuous, weather-resistant, thermally stable surface.

No use of harmful solvents, the possibility of reclaiming and recycling the powder, efficiencies up to 99% and short color change times in conjunction with high-precision control technology make this surface treatment the most economic and most environmentally friendly technology in the entire surface technology.

KNOBLOCH uses polyester powder coatings in quality satin finish with a gloss of 75 ° + / -10 °. By default, colours from the RAL range are used. Colors of other standards such as British Standard (BS) or Natural Color System (NCS) or effect colors such as structure paints, pearl-effect, etc. can, usually at an additional cost, also easily be painted.

To achieve exact color match to the existing components on site, the on site existing colour has to be used since already different batches of the same suppliers can vary. Here, the customer usually sends us the coloured powder or KNOBLOCH provides a color sample for on-site comparison.

Anodizing colours


C0/EV1 Silver/Nature
Standard colour
C31
Stainless steel colour
C32
Light bronze
C33
Medium bronze
C34
Dark bronze
C35
Black
EV2
Nickel silver colour
EV3
Brass colour
Anodized surfaces provide protection against mechanical impact and are weather and corrosion resistant. The metallic shine of the material is maintained, since the oxide layer is transparent. Especially mailboxes and here specially door side panel mailbox banks are often used with anodized surfaces to make them visually matching to the anodized facades and entrances. In order to maintain uniformity of color to the existing parts, the EURAS standard is used for defining. For exact color match, the customer must provide a sample. Basically all desired colors can be achieved. PVD The PVD process is a special procedure when a brass-colored finish is desired in the mailboxes and bell plates. Here polished stainless steel parts are vaporized in a vacuum chamber. Since original brass parts weather quickly and are very sensitive to vandalism with a paint protection film, a PVD coating is a good alternative as it creates a very hard, resistant surface. Apart from that, with this method many shades from gold over brass, bronze, copper, silver, grey, anthracite up to black or matt black can be created. The process is very complicated and therefore very cost-intensive. But in terms of quality it convinces and is therefore offered by KNOBLOCH when brass-colored products are requested.

Next to stainless steels, aluminum and zinced galvanized (electrolytic) steel sheet with low zinc spangle are used for production. Aluminum and steel sheet are always powder coated, aluminium can also be anodized.

The powder coating is always preceded by a pre-treatment. Here, the existing corrosion protection (galvanizing or aluminum) is additionally followed by an iron phosphate (steel) or chromium-free passivation (aluminum). Thus, these materials are still oxidation carrier. Also the treatment serves for degreasing and application of a tie coat to the materials that have to be powder coated. Thereafter, the powder coating (plastic coating) takes place. Besides the colouring this process is also used to prevent corrosion.

Max KNOBLOCH usually uses brushed stainless steel V2A for stainless steel products, as this provides adequate corrosion protection. The processing of stainless steel V4A is recommended if the mailbox bank is mounted near the chemical industry or in coastal areas, which directly comes in contact with salt water or is constantly exposed to very salty air.
Inscriptions

Fonts, symbols and logos


Generally all existing fonts can be used. Our standard fonts are Arial, Avantgarde, Tahoma and Verdana. Please ask your personal account manager for other fonts. He will be happy to help you. Logos and Symbols have to be provided to us as digital vector grafics.

Arial

Avantgarde

Tahoma

Verdana


Inscription by engraving

Technique
For engravings the surface of the metal is milled up, the formed deepening is filled with black special colour.


Font height

from 10 mm

Specifics
other colours for the highlighting engravings are possible on request.


Inscription by through-graving

Technique
Through-graving or through-lasering in aluminium or stainless steel. Highlighted with UV-resistant, white or blue coloured plastic foils. Illumination possible.

Font height
from 20 mm

Specifics
other colours for the highlighting foils are possible on request.



Inscription by foil lettering

Technique
Coloured foil Scotchal, series 100

Font height
from 10 mm

Specifics
does not shrink, flexible and tight fitting over crimps and rivets, can be steam cleaned, resistant against UV-light and weather (approx. 5–7 years depending on pigment), resistant against temperature variations (–40 °C to +95 °C)


Illumination of inscription boxes

Inscription boxes with through-graving can be illuminated on request. For this through-gravings are covered from the back with translucent Plexiglas.

Standard illumination

Cased fluorescent tube, (lenght depending on inscription 300 - 1250 mm). Use of several fluorescent tubes depending on inscription (220 V / 80 W)

LED illumination on request

Individually adapted LED illumination units with separately installed constant current source and with integrated dimmer switch.


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