Coin Counting – Money in the Bank.
When I asked a Vending professional what she did with all of the loose change from her large stable of vending machines, she replied “It’s not loose change if you sort and roll it!” She went on to explain that the amount and variety of coinage had become too big of a job to do by herself. That is why she invested in a portable coin counter from CandyMachines.com. The model she is using is a manual machine (LAI-CC-PM) that does everything except take the deposit to the bank!
Compact and portable (10 lbs – 11” x 8” x 8”) the machine has a plastic case to help lighten the load. Manual operation allows the operator to control the speed of the machine (200 – 2,000 pieces per minute). The unit has six auto stops from 20 to 200 coins. Tubes are provided for wrapping U.S. quarters, dimes, and nickels. Tubes for international currencies can be special ordered.
CandyMachines.com has a variety of electronic and manual coin and bill currency counting machines with a number of cost options. They offer any vendor a faster cash-n-dash.