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SLS3000 XL Inserter Awarded MET Product Safety Mark

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Met Laboratories, Inc. (MET), the first independent testing laboratory licensed by OSHA under its Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) program, recently certified Muller Martini's SLS3000XL inserter machine to North American standards.  The respected mark is recognized worldwide as a symbol of excellence.

The SLS3000XL Inserting System is a fast, reliable, highly efficient inserting system that optimizes production work within tight time windows that are typical in modern mailrooms.  It's designed to handle the most demanding zoning needs as well as for the processing of a large number of inserts.  Not only does the SLS3000XL manage thin hard-to-feed and out-of-spec products with ease, it significantly reduces the number of missed and doubled inserts.  MET certifies that even at today's higher throughput rates, you can be assured of machine and operator safety.

MET Laboratories, Inc., is a global, full service laboratory that has been a pioneer in certifying, listing, and labeling products for electrical product safety for more than forty years.  It's been approved by OSHA to certify to over 170 product categories.  In 1988, MET became the first Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) in the United States for testing and certifying products to UL safety standards. 

"Muller Martini takes extraordinary pride in the innovation, quality, and dependability of its post-press finishing equipment. We are pleased that Met Laboratories, Inc., recognizes the quality of our machines and has given their seal of approval, which is sure to be welcomed by the manufacturing equipment industry," commented Doug Stryker, Muller Martini Division Manager, Print Finishing Systems. 




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