At Paper Escape, we only use the very best imaging equipment and are always looking for any ways in which we can make improvements to our technology, software and service. All of our scanners are the top of the range models from brands such as Canon, Kodak and Fujitsu which deliver output resolutions of up to 600 x 600 dpi while offering a range of features to improve image quality and detect any potential errors prior to scanning. Image quality will be improved by the ‘smoothing’ function which reduces the moiré effect. Advanced text enhancement improves the legibility of light text improving the OCR text searchabilty once scanned and a dual light sensor system prevents wrinkle shades on a document appearing on the scanned image. Here are some of the other unique features that our scanners boast.
The intelligent settings on our scanners detect any staples that might have slipped through the net during the preparation process. If the scanner detects a staple, it will simply stop and notify the scanning operative to remove it before the document can be scanned.
Double feed detection
Documentation that has previously been bound together has a habit of clinging together even after the binders and staples have been removed and it is quite common for the scanner to occasionally drag two pages through at the same time resulting in only one side of each page actually being scanned, this is known as a double feed. The intelligent double feed detection feature is a factory setting on all of our scanners and will detect any double feed, stopping the scanning process and will notify the scanning operative to rectify the problem ensuring that all documentation is scanned and nothing gets missed.
Intelligent blank page detection
Our scanners are set to scan every single document on both sides and using this setting, it will detect whether the reverse side of a page contains real information or if it is simply bleed through from the front of the page or a blank page. Once bleed or a blank page is detected, this side of the page is automatically deleted.