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Beaver coin mechanism

Beaver Machine Corporation maintains an industry leading reputation for developing, producing, and advancing the most accurate, mechanical, rotary coin acceptor in the world. The Beaver ® New Generation Coin Mechanism accepts currency in over 100 countries and is able to measure the coins for diameter, thickness, and metallic content. It has the option of accepting multiple coins and is offered as a single coin, two-coin, three-coin, or four-coin back-to-back option. Without jamming, the coin mechanism has the ability to divert slugs and filter through currency that is not meant to be accepted, allowing for a continuous vending cycle and maximized revenues.

The New Generation Coin Mechanism is also designed with a clutch handle that prevents vandals from breaking the handle by turning it backward or forcing it with a wrench. Its triple chrome plated, all metal construction, instills a durability, level of quality, and striking appeal that O.E.M.’s (Other Equipment Manufacturers) around the world entrust within their own machines. The New Generation Coin Mechanism has few servicing requirements .

  • One coin mechanism
  • Two coin mechanism
  • Three coin mechanism
  • Four coin mechanism
  • Free vend
  • Can be ordered as a panel mount
  • Prepped for micro switch
  • Micro switch mounted on coin mechanism
  • EZ Count counter installed on coin mechanism
  • Bent and sharpened washer dog
  • Ability to customize handle with personalized logos for quantities over 100
  • Coin guide extension
  • Different sizes of drive gears
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  • One coin mechanism
  • Two coin mechanism
  • Three coin mechanism
  • Four coin mechanism
  • Free vend
  • Can be ordered as a panel mount
  • Prepped for micro switch
  • Micro switch mounted on coin mechanism
  • EZ Count counter installed on coin mechanism
  • Bent and sharpened washer dog
  • Ability to customize handle with personalized logos for quantities over 100
  • Coin guide extension
  • Different sizes of drive gears
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