WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. (August 19, 2009) – Tech Logic makes its Automated Sorting Technologies (AST) affordable for smaller libraries and branches with its second-generation QuickSort systems.
The new QuickSort offers fast, accurate sorting and patron-friendly returns, in a low-maintenance, compact system. The easily installed QuickSort, available in three- and five-bin models, promptly and automatically check in returned items. With the optional Patron Receipt Printer, library borrowers can print out a receipt for their personal records.
Other QuickSort amenities include interior or exterior book drops, barcode and/or RFID compatibility, and low energy consumption from a single 110-volt electrical outlet. QuickSort systems are quiet enough to operate in staff work areas – the systems produce less than 60 dBA of sound, about the same volume as a normal conversation – and can run without interruption 24 hours a day, seven days a week with minimal oversight.
The new QuickSort system offers the same top-notch performance, innovation, quality, durability, and service that are synonymous with all Tech Logic products, but at a price that satisfies libraries with limited budgets. To learn how your library can benefit from affordable QuickSort system, contact Gary W. Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.tech-logic.com.
About Tech Logic
Tech Logic is the leading provider of innovative Automated Sorting Technologies (AST), circulation staff support tools, and patron self services for libraries. Tech Logic accomplishes this through unequalled expertise, dedication to quality, and world-class customer support services.
Tech Logic provides barcode and RFID check-in and checkout systems, material return drops, AST systems, inter-library distribution systems, and patron reserve systems. Tech Logic designs, manufactures, delivers, installs, maintains, and services all of its systems.