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The AP-111 and the AP-112 are basically the same 32-selection snack machine except for the depth of the cabinet and the capacity. Both machines are used by vendors everywhere. The AP-111 is for smaller locations. The AP-112 is for medium size locations.
Automatic Products AP 112 Snack Vending Machine 4-Wide
Ultra Black 6 shelves Accept Coins Accepts $1 Bills 4 wide snack machine Multi price 28 to 32 selections Refurbished Item
Automatic Product Snackshop AP 112 4 Column Wide Snack Vending Machine
Automatic Product 4-column AP112 snack vending machine
This machine has been fully stripped down and repainted.
Machine will come with a rebuilt coin mech and bill validator installed.
16 pastry-chip selections
16 candy bar selections
Includes a 5 select gum & mint dispenser
Dimensions: 72″H x 33 1/8″W x 35″D
Please note: Snacks shown in the images are not included with the machine. They are for demonstration purposes only.
Buy Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine Online
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Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine is basically the same 32 selection snack machine except for the depth of the cabinet and the capacity. is shallow and has less volume. Automatic Products 111 Snack Machine is used by vendors everywhere. The Automatic Products 111 Snack Machine is for smaller locations such as teachers’ lounges, beauty shops, and barbershops.
this is a Snack shop Model 112 full-size electrical snack vending machine by Automatic Products. Used but in good working condition. Just needs a new lock. No snacks come with the machine. Dollar bill reader and change mechs working. 36 selections…
Automatic Products AP112 Refurbished Snack Vending Machine
- Ultra Black
- 6 shelves
- Accepts Coins
- Accepts $1 Bills
- 4 wide snack machine
- Multi price
- 28 to 32 selections
- Refurbished Item
This is a 110-volt logic machine,
Automatic Products Model 112 Snack Machine
The Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine is for medium size locations with 40-60 employees. These machines are built with heavy gauge steel and will stand up to any environment. Every one of our machines goes through our extensive refurbishing process so that when it is finished it looks and works like brand new. Many parts are replaced since we have had years of experience knowing just what to replace to make the machine work correctly. Check out our refurbishing video on the home page
Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine
Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine is a 32 select deep cabinet machine and has a capacity of 508 units
- Dimensions: Height 72″, Width 33 1/2″, Depth 35″
- Shipping weight 660lbs
- AP-112 Price $1,595.00 USD
- Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine come with 4 pastry-chip trays, 2 candy trays, and 4 selections of gum and mints.
- Voltage 120volts, 3amps.
- Included in the machine are a rebuilt MEI bill acceptor and changer.
- Optional New Conlux changer and bill validator with a two-year warranty installed $410.00
- Optional new electronics package with a One year warranty installed $400.00
- Comes with durable polycarbonate front, side, and back panels plus new trim making the machine look brand new.
- Price labels, instruction manual, new lock, and keys included.
- Energy-efficient LED lighting included.
- Every machine goes through our rigorous refurbishing guidelines (see refurbishing procedures).
- Warranty 90 days parts. Shipping is not included.
- Parts are readily available and usually ship on the same day.
- Telephone support is available Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm EST.
Weight 500.00 LBS
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Automatic Products Vending Machines
Automatic Products vending machines have always been the Cadillac of vending machines since their beginning. These machines have always been built out of heavy gauge steel and have been built to last a lifetime. Vending machines from Automatic Products were built for the vendors that made their living in the vending machine business. Over the years other brands have not proven to be as reliable.
Automatic Products 112 A
A refurbished Automatic Products 112 used snack vending machine in Category A. These snack machines are an ideal first vending machine for the new vendor. Each of these snack vending machines has 32 product selections and includes a rebuilt dollar bill acceptor and a rebuilt coin acceptor. The Automatic Products 112 has a narrow cabinet for vending locations that are limited in space.
Refurbished AP 112 Snack Machine
Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine
Great for smaller areas.
We make sure your machine looks brand new: All of our refurbished machines are cleaned inside and out, remove: front trim, panels, delivery bin, coin insert bezel, and buttons. Bodywork is done, then primed and paint. Check, Repair or Replace if necessary: control board, display, vend motors, harnesses, power cord, and all other electrical components.
Replace and add new parts if necessary.
Small but packs a great number of snacks.
Test all Coin Mechanism, levers greased and working properly, customers prices input into the system and working properly. We take those extra steps to ensure your machine looks and acts like a brand-new machine.
Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine
Automatic Products 112 Snack Machine
The snack machines the cabinet, product shelves, and delivery bins work flawlessly. We can install several electronic upgrades to take credit card readers and MDB changers and bill validators. As an added option we can sell you a new Conlux changer and bill validator.
The new changer and bill validator carries a warranty of two years. By purchasing new electronics, changers, and bill validators you are buying almost a brand new machine. The AP coffee vending machines you just rebuild and send back out. No water tanks to buy or anything like that. Parts are in stock and ready to ship the same day if contacted before 1 pm EST.
All in all AP vending machines have proven themselves to be the best anyone can buy. They work brand new at a fraction of the cost of new devices. Take it from the large vending operators Automatic Products is the machine to buy. This is one of the primary vending machines that we sell. All models are in stock and ready to ship
A vending machine is an automated machine that provides items such as snacks, beverages, cigarettes, and lottery tickets to consumers after cash, a credit card, or other forms of payment are inserted into the machine or otherwise made. The first modern vending machines were developed in England in the early 1880s and dispensed postcards. Vending machines exist in many countries and, in more recent times, specialized vending machines that provide less common products compared to traditional vending machine items have been created.
Warranty Policy for “90 Day Limited Parts Warranty”:
This indicates that the warranty provided does not extend to every possible situation. There are situations that are excluded; therefore the warranty is “limited” rather than “unlimited”.
Every effort is made to ensure that any purchased vending equipment, new, refurbished or clean and working, has been thoroughly checked before leaving the facility. By performing thorough testing and quality control checks on the machines, A&M Equipment Sales has eliminated many possible warranty issues from the start.
A&M Equipment Sales provides large, in-house parts and service departments staffed with personnel who are experienced and can help facilitate most repairs. All “refurbished” and “clean & working” vending equipment are provided with a 90-day limited parts warranty. This includes parts such as changers, validators, sensors, control boards, refrigeration units, motors, digital display units, etc.
All items that fail must be replaced during our 90-day limited parts warranty period. The 90-day limited parts warranty starts when the vending equipment is picked up from our facility (if local) when delivered to the customer (if by company truck), or three days after the vending equipment has been shipped from our facility. Whichever comes first. Parts for new vending equipment are covered under the manufacturer’s parts warranty. The warranty period for new vending equipment is dependent on the manufacturer. Please check with your sales representative for more information.
A&M recommends that the customer put their vending equipment into service as soon as possible upon delivery so that the equipment can be checked for possible issues caused by delivery. The 90-day limited parts warranty is not extended to customers who fail to place their vending equipment in service within a timely manner.
REFURBISHED AND “CLEANED & WORKING” VENDING EQUIPMENT PARTS REPLACEMENT:
Any parts that need to be replaced for refurbished and “cleaned & working” vending equipment under the 90-day limited parts warranty can be exchanged in person at our facility free of charge. If a personal exchange cannot be completed then A&M Equipment Sales will provide a replacement part once the defective item is returned to our facility.
Or A&M Equipment Sales will place a hold for the total cost of the replacement part on a supplied credit card. A&M Equipment Sales will then ship the replacement part directly to the customer. The customer is then responsible for shipping back the faulty part to A&M Equipment Sales within 30 days and providing A&M Equipment Sales with a tracking number for said return. Failure to do so will result in the customer not being reimbursed for the cost of the replacement part. A&M will not overnight replacement parts under any circumstances.
NEW VENDING EQUIPMENT PARTS REPLACEMENT:
For any parts that need to be replaced for new vending equipment under the manufactures parts warranty. A&M Equipment Sales will place a hold for the total cost of part on a supplied credit card. A&M Equipment Sales will then ship the replacement part from the manufacturer directly to the customer.
The customer is then responsible within 30 days for shipping back the faulty part back to the manufacturer for inspection. The customer will provide A&M Equipment Sales with the tracking number for said return. If failure to do so then the customer will not be reimbursed for the cost of the replacement part. A&M or the manufacturer will not overnight replacement parts under any circumstances.
TECHNICAL PHONE SUPPORT:
Free technical phone support is included with every vending equipment purchase for a total of one year. Free technical phone support is only available to the original customer who purchased vending equipment directly from A&M Equipment Sales. A&M Equipment Sales will verify the customer and machine serial number upon calling. Technical support by phone is offered Monday through Friday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm EST(excluded holidays).
A&M Equipment Sales does not cover labor charges. If the customer requires a technician at their home or business then the customer is responsible for the cost of the service call. A&M Equipment Sales only offers a parts warranty and phone technical support with a valid purchase only. Items marked or sold ‘AS IS’ or annotated as such on the original invoice, with advance notification to the customer, are sold without a warranty.
Acts of vandalism, fire, flood, terrorism, or other natural disasters not listed, power surges causing disruption to machine power or excess power to be delivered to machine, or ‘salting of machines*’ are not covered by warranty. *’ Salting of machines’ occurs when salt water is poured or injected into the coin chutes or validators of vending machines for purpose of the cheating machines.
Many times the act of ‘salting’ ruins the coin mech or validators and renders it unusable. Salting of machines, coin mechs, or validators is considered an act of vandalism. Any machine that has had the serial number plate, defaced or removed will not be covered under warranty.
DAMAGE FROM SHIPPING:
Shipping damage is rare but when it does occur it is usually minor. In the unlikely event that the machine has suffered damage. The customer must refuse the shipment and have the Bill of Lading marked “refused due to major damage”. Freight is booked as a courtesy and A&M Equipment Sales never assumes any responsibility for the actions of the freight company, either due to damage, missing items, freight storage charges, or other items out of the control of A&M Equipment Sales.
All freight charges are considered final and will never be refunded by A&M Equipment Sales. Should a major claim occur please contact A&M Equipment Sales immediately so A&M Equipment Sales can process the claim in a timely manner and resolve any other questions that may arise?
LOST FREIGHT SHIPMENTS:
If vending equipment is lost in transit, A&M Equipment Sales provides a 5 business day grace period to allow the shipping company to recover the lost freight. Once the 5 business day grace period has passed A&M Equipment Sales will handle each customer on a case-by-case basis to provide the best solution to the customer’s needs.
AFTER THE WARRANTY PERIOD:
We offer a flat rate replacement program for many items such as validators, changers, and logic boards. For replacements please contact A&M Equipment Sales for current prices.
The earliest known reference to a vending machine is in the work of Hero of Alexandria, an engineer, and mathematician in first-century Roman Egypt. His machine accepted a coin and then dispensed holy water. When the coin was deposited, it fell upon a pan attached to a lever. The lever opened a valve which let some water flow out. The pan continued to tilt with the weight of the coin until it fell off, at which point a counterweight snapped the lever up and turned off the valve.
Coin-operated machines that dispensed tobacco were being operated as early as 1615 in the taverns of England. The machines were portable and made of brass. An English bookseller, Richard Carlile, devised a newspaper dispensing machine for the dissemination of banned works in 1822. Simon Denham was awarded British Patent no. 706 for his stamp dispensing machine in 1867, the first fully automatic vending machine.
Modern vending machines
The first modern coin-operated vending machines were introduced in London, England in the early 1880s, dispensing postcards. The machine was invented by Percival Everitt in 1883 and soon became a widespread feature at railway stations and post offices, dispensing envelopes, postcards, and notepaper.
The Sweetmeat Automatic Delivery Company was founded in 1887 in England as the first company to deal primarily with the installation and maintenance of vending machines. In 1893, Stollwerck, a German chocolate manufacturer, was selling its chocolate in 15,000 vending machines. It set up separate companies in various territories to manufacture vending machines to sell not just chocolate, but cigarettes, matches, chewing gum, and soap products.
The first vending machine in the U.S. was built in 1888 by the Thomas Adams Gum Company, selling gum on New York City train platforms. The idea of adding games to these machines as a further incentive to buy came in 1897 when the Pulver Manufacturing Company added small figures, which would move around whenever somebody bought some gum from their machines. This idea spawned a whole new type of mechanical device known as the “trade stimulators”.
Internal communication in vending machines is typically based on the MDB standard, supported by National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) and European Vending & Coffee Service Association (EVA).
After payment has been tendered, a product may become available by
- the machine releasing it, so that it falls in an open compartment at the bottom, or into a cup, either released first, or put in by the customer, or
- the unlocking of a door, or drawer, or turning of a knob.
Some products need to be prepared to become available. For example, tickets are printed or magnetized on the spot, and coffee is freshly concocted. One of the most common forms of vending machine, the snack machine, often uses a metal coil that when ordered rotates to release the product.
The main example of a vending machine giving access to all merchandise after paying for one item is a newspaper vending machine (also called vending box) found mainly in the U.S. and Canada. It contains a pile of identical newspapers. After a sale, the door automatically returns to a locked position.
A customer could open the box and take all of the newspapers or, for the benefit of other customers, leave all of the newspapers outside of the box, slowly return the door to an unlatched position, or block the door from fully closing, each of which is frequently discouraged, sometimes by a security clamp. The success of such machines is predicated on the assumption that the customer will be honest (hence the nickname “honor box”), and need only one copy.
Common vending machines
A change machine is a vending machine that accepts large denominations of currency and returns an equal amount of currency in smaller bills or coins. Typically these machines are used to provide coins in exchange for paper currency, in which case they are also often known as bill changers.
In the past, cigarettes were commonly sold in the United States through these machines, but this is increasingly rare due to concerns about underage buyers. Sometimes a pass has to be inserted into the machine to prove one’s age before a purchase can be made. In the United Kingdom, legislation banning them outright came into effect on 1 October 2011. In Germany, Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic, and Japan, cigarette machines are still common.
Since 2007, however, age verification has been mandatory in Germany and Italy – buyers must be 18 or over. The various machines installed in pubs and cafés, other publicly accessible buildings, and on the street accept one or more of the following as proof of age: the buyer’s identity card, bank debit card (smart card), or European Union driver’s license. In Japan, age verification has been mandatory since 1 July 2008 via the Taspo card, issued only to persons aged 20 or over. The Taspo card uses RFID, stores monetary value, and is contactless.
Birth control and condom vending machines
A birth control machine is a vending machine for the sale of birth control, such as condoms or emergency contraception. Condom machines are often placed in public toilets, subway stations, airports, or schools as a public health measure to promote safe sex. Many pharmacies also keep one outside, for after-hours access. Rare examples exist for those who dispense female condoms or the morning-after pill.
Food and snack vending machines
Various types of food and snack vending machines exist in the world. Food vending machines that provide shelf-stable foods such as chips, cookies, cakes, and other such snacks are common. Some food vending machines are refrigerated or frozen, such as for chilled soft drinks and ice cream treats, and some machines provide hot food.
Some unique food vending machines exist that are specialized and less common, such as the French fry vending machine and hot pizza vending machines, such as Let’s Pizza. The Beverly Hills Caviar Automated Boutique dispenses frozen caviar and other high-end foods.
Bulk candy and gumball vending
The profit margins in the bulk candy business can be quite high – gumballs, for instance, can be purchased in bulk for around 2 cents per piece and sold for 25 cents in gumball machines in the U.S., and other countries. Gumballs and candy have a relatively long shelf life, enabling vending machine operators to manage many machines without too much time or cost involved.
In addition, the machines are typically inexpensive compared to soft drink or snack machines, which often require power and sometimes refrigeration to work. Many operators donate a percentage of the profits to charity so that locations will allow them to place the machines for free.
Bulk vending may be a more practical choice than soft drink/snack vending for an individual who also works a full-time job, since the restaurants, retail stores, and other locations suitable for bulk vending may be more likely to be open during the evening and on weekends than venues such as offices that host soft drink and snack machines.
The Bulk vending machines of today provide many different vending choices with the use of adjustable gumballs and candy wheels. Adjustable gumball wheels allow an operator to not only offer the traditional 1-inch gumball but can also vend larger gumballs and non-edible items such as toy capsules and bouncy balls. Adjustable candy wheels allow an operator to offer a variety of pressed candies, jelly candy, and even nuts.
A full-line vending company may set up several types of vending machines that sell a wide range of products. Products may include candy, cookies, chips, fresh fruit, milk, cold food, coffee, and other hot drinks, bottles and cans of soda and other drinks, and even frozen products like ice cream. These products can be sold from machines that include hot coffee, snack, cold food, and 20 US fluid ounces (590 ml) bottle machines.
In the United States, almost all machines accept bills with more and more machines accepting $5 bills, along with payment from traditional debit and credit cards, or a mobile payment system. This is an advantage to the vendor because it virtually eliminates the need for a bill changer. Larger corporations with cafeterias will often request full-line vending to supplement their food service.
Newspaper vending machine
A newspaper vending machine or newspaper rack is a vending machine designed to distribute newspapers. Newspaper vending machines are used worldwide, and they can be one of the main distribution methods for newspaper publishers. According to the Newspaper Association of America, in recent times in the United States, circulation via newspaper vending machines has dropped significantly: in 1996, around 46% of single-sale newspapers were sold in newspaper boxes, and in 2014, only 20% of newspapers were sold in the boxes.
A photo booth is a vending machine or modern kiosk that contains an automated, usually coin-operated, camera and film processor. Today, the vast majority of photo booths are digital. Traditionally, photo booths contain a seat or bench designed to seat the one or two patrons being photographed.
The seat is typically surrounded by a curtain of some sort to allow for some privacy and help avoid outside interference during the photo session. Once the payment is made, the photo booth will take a series of photographs, and the customer is then provided with prints. Older photo booth vending machines used film and involved the process of developing the film using liquid chemicals.
Stamp vending machine
A stamp vending machine is a mechanical, electrical, or electro-mechanical device that can be used to automatically vend postage stamps to users in exchange for a pre-determined amount of money, normally in coins.
A ticket machine is a vending machine that produces tickets. For instance, ticket machines dispense train tickets at railway stations, transit tickets at metro stations, and tram tickets at some tram stop and on some trams. The typical transaction consists of a user using the display interface to select the type and quantity of tickets and then choosing a payment method of either cash, credit/debit card, or smart card. The ticket or tickets are then printed and dispensed to the user.
Specialized vending machines
From 2000 to 2010, the specialization of vending machines became more common. Vending extended increasingly into non-traditional areas like electronics, or even artwork or short stories. Machines of this new category are generally called Automated retail kiosks. When using an automated retail machine, consumers select products, sometimes using a touchscreen interface, pay for purchases using a credit or debit card and then the product is dispensed, sometimes via an internal robotic arm in the machine.
The trend of specialization and proliferation of vending machines is perhaps most apparent in Japan where vending machines sell products from toilet paper to hot meals and pornography, and there is 1 vending machine per 23 people.
Automobile vending machine
In November 2013, online auto retailer Carvana opened the first car vending machine in the U.S., located in Atlanta.
In late 2016, Autobahn Motors, a car dealership in Singapore, opened a 15-story-tall luxury car vending machine containing 60 cars, dispensing Ferrari and Lamborghini vehicles.
Bait vending machine
A bait machine is a vending machine that dispenses live fishing bait, such as worms and crickets, for fishing.
Book vending machine
Book vending machines dispense books, which may be full-sized. Some libraries use book vending machines.
GoLibrary is a book lending vending machine used by libraries in Sweden and the U.S. state of California.
The Biblio-Mat is a random antiquarian book vending machine located at The Monkey’s Paw bookstore in Toronto, Canada.
The Mold-A-Rama is a brand name for a type of vending machine that makes blow-molded plastic figurines. Mold-A-Rama machines debuted in late 1962 and grew in prominence at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. The machines can still be found operating in dozens of museums and zoos.
Fresh-squeezed orange juice
This type of machine contains fresh oranges and a mechanism to cut and squeeze them in order to produce fresh juice.
Prize vending machine
This type of machine sells a container that may contain a prize. Some such machines advertise the possible prizes that may be won. Examples include smartphones, holiday packages, and toys.
Social-networked vending machine
With the rise of social networks, vending machine has been integrated into social media in order to proliferate the interaction of the vending machine with the users from the physical machine to the social networks. The common application of social-networked vending machines is that the user can connect his/her social account to a specific social media designated by the vending machine, and the user will be getting some rewards in return, normally in the form of free gifts dispensed from the vending machine.
Popularity in Japan
Vending machines are a common sight in Japan. There are more than 5.5 million throughout the nation. It is the highest ratio for any country with one machine for every twenty-three people.
Regarding the development of advanced technology, Japanese vending machines provide more services by selling different kinds of products. Food, smartphones, SIM cards, and even clothing can be found in these machines.
Apart from the most popular drink vending machines, Japanese vending machines also offer certain products depending on the demand and need for different locations. For example, products like sanitary napkins and tampons can be found in vending machines in female restrooms, while machines selling condoms are usually located in male restrooms.
There are a number of reasons which can explain why local vending machines can win their high popularity throughout the country. Convenience, low cost of running, and security stability seem to be the main reasons for Japan to invest in vending machines.
A patent for an “automatic goods-vending machine” was filed in 1888 in Japan; early surviving vending machines from around the 1900s include one that dispenses stamps and postcards and one that dispenses sake. Confectionery vending machines became widespread in the 1920s, and juice vending machines became popular in the late 1950s and 1960s.
By 2000, the number of vending machines in Japan has grown to 5.6 million. However, from around the early 2000s, the number of vending machines in Japan decreased slightly to 5.03 million, and the sales amount has also been decreasing gradually, in part due to the rise of digital technology, and competition in the market.
Smart vending machines
Similar to the development of traditional mobile phones into smartphones, vending machines have also progressively, though at a much slower pace, evolved into smart vending machines. Newer technologies at a lower cost of adoption, such as the large digital touch display, internet connectivity, cameras and various types of sensors, more cost-effective embedded computing power, digital signage, various advanced payment systems, and a wide range of identification technology (NFC, RFID, etc.)
have contributed to this development. These smart vending machines enable a more interactive user experience and reduce operating costs while improving the efficiency of the vending operations through remote manageability and intelligent back-end analytics. Integrated sensors and cameras also represent a source of such data as customer demographics, purchase trends, and other locality-specific information.
It also enables better customer engagement for the brands through interactive multimedia and social media connectivity. Smart vending machines were No.79 by JWT Intelligence on its list of 100 Things to Watch in 2014. According to market research by Frost & Sullivan, global shipments of smart vending machines are forecasted to reach around 2 million units by 2018, and further to 3.6 million units by 2020 with a penetration rate of 20.3 percent.
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