Coin counting machines are an absolute necessity for people that need to fill coin wrappers or simply count the total dollar value of a group of coins. Many of our coin counting machines also include the ability to sort coins while counting. Our coin counters easily work with U.S. currency including quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. Some of our counters will also work with dollar coins, tokens and foreign currencies. Order your coin counter today!
Description: Coins are sorted based on their diameter and thickness. Two separate dials make it easy to adjust this machine based on diameter and thickness. The CS-10 includes tub sets that can be used for counting, sorting, bagging and rolling quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies.
Description: Count and bag coins at a speed of 1,400 coins per minute with the Klopp CMB (manual) and CEB (electric) coin baggers. These bagging machines are made from heavy-duty materials and are designed to last.
Description: The new Klopp KK (KLOPP Konvertible) is a coin counter, bagger and wrapper that can be run with an electric motor or with a manual crank. This is ideal for situations where the power goes off or may not be reliable.
Description: Counting and sorting coins is fast and easy with the Cassida C100 coin counter/sorter. This machine is easy to use and fits in with any business environment. The C100 can hold up to 1500 coins (dimes) and can count and sort quickly. An easy-to-read LED display makes data clear and precise.
Description: Are you in the market for an all-in-one coin counting, sorting and wrapping machine? The Cassida C200 may be exactly what you need! Cassida is well known for their bill counters and coin counters.
Description: The Cassida C500 coin counter and off-sorter is a compact, portable and extremely efficient machine. This coin counter / off-sorter has a large hopper that holds up to 4,000 coins (based on dimes).
Description: The CS-50 heavy-duty coin counter is fitted with a tough automatic feeding hopper that will hold up to 30,000 coins (based on dimes). It is designed to start by counting and sorting the smallest coins first.