Moore Detacher with Moore Stacker
Northwest Educational Service District
Request for Bid
Terms and Conditions of Sale
Northwest Educational Service District 189 (NWESD) is offering for sale to the highest bidder a Moore Detacher Model M3400 with Moore Stacker Model M7400.
Features: friction/tractor-feed, edge-trimmers, automatic safety cut-offs, electronic solid state controls, forward/reverse jog switch, tray stacker, heavy duty metal construction. Form width 4.75 to 16 in. Form length 2.5 to 12.5 in. Burst speed= 300 fpm margin slitters up to 1 in. Paper weight 10 to 125 lbs. multi part forms 6 part/NCR.
The M7400 high capacity stacker is an optional accessory to the M3400 series detacher. As a free-standing unit, the M7400 attaches to the outfeed conveyor of the M3400 detacher to collect detached forms. Individual forms from the detacher's outfeed conveyor are propelled by rollers into the stacker. Forms then strike a back stop and come to rest on the stacker table. The stacker table automatically lowers in increments to adjust as the stack of forms becomes larger. The M7400 stacker has its own power source and is electronically-interfaced with the M3400 detacher. Interfacing enables the stop button on the stacker to shut off both the detacher and the stacker. The M7400 handles forms output from the M3400 detacher at speeds up to 400 feet per minute. Dimensions (together): 43”H x 8’L x 32”W. Pictures are available below.
The description of the property given is based on the best available information to NWESD, but NWESD makes no warranty or representation of any kind, whether express or implied (either in fact or by operation of law) with respect to the property, including but not limited to, the accuracy or completeness of the description of the property, or that the property will meet the bidder’s needs or be free from defects. NWESD expressly disclaims all implied warranties as to the property’s merchantability or fitness for a particular use or purpose, and no claim by bidder shall be considered for allowance or adjustment of the sales price, or for rescission of the sale, based on bidder’s failure to inspect the property. The property is offered for sale to the highest bidder “AS IS, WHERE IS.” NWESD reserves the right to reject any and/or all bids in the best interest of NWESD.
The successful bidder will be responsible for all pick-up arrangements and costs at a time mutually agreed upon prior to acceptance of bid. Bids on this item will be accepted in priority order as follows: 1) all Washington state public or private K-12 school districts, 2) other public and private entities. Bids will be made public and published as soon after the auction end as possible.
All bids must be made on the bid form and received at NWESD no later than 4:30 pm on June 15, 2012. Facsimile copies of this bid form received at (360) 299-4070 by the bid deadline above are acceptable if bidder, 1) calls first to indicate intention to transmit facsimile bid, and 2) has mailed or otherwise sent a true signed copy of the bid form to the above address on or before the closing date. Payment must be made within five days of presentation of an invoice by NWESD. Payment must be made in full prior to removal of the property.
For more information and/or inspection appointment, contact Lyn Monrad at (425) 349-6662 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The equipment is located at Northwest Regional Data Center in Everett, WA.
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