Money Counting Machines

Written by Samuel Wong
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Money counting machines are an excellent way for people to reduce or eliminate contact time with the currency, therefore reducing the chance of contamination. Money has long been a source of questionable safety for the very young and very old to handle based on the constant transport and hand to currency contact. Many consider the initial cost as prohibitive, however nothing could be further from the truth. Counting money is an essential task, doing it safely is now easy and practical!

Money counting machines are a great solution for schools, hospitals and operators of vending machines for the sole reason that their hands do not come in contact with bacteria and other foreign bodies commonly found on money. These bodies are often found on the hands of young children, sick individuals and the public at large.

Health benefits of Money Counting Machines

Money counting machines require much less contact with the money, mainly due to the amount of time and effort it takes to count the currency. Many money counting machines only require you to place a stack of bills in the counter and wait for the currency to be spit out and tallied. This is a reduction in some cases of more than 90%. Counting one hundred single bills takes one and a half minutes. With some money counting machines, the counting and tallying only takes 2-3 seconds!

Money counting machines allow many to reduce the amount of exposure and therefore preserve their health. Through shorter contact time with currency, the potential benefits far outweigh the initial cost.

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