As owners of a variety of Mekel and Zeutschel scanners, we have found Crowley’s equipment to be top-of-the-line and their post-sales services exceptional.

- Jim Modrall, Vice President, BMI Imaging Systems

Recent Installations

The following is a list of recent equipment installments featuring Crowley scanning solutions for archival preservation, records management and other imaging challenges.

  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library– Two Zeutschel planetary color scanners for digitizing historic bound and oversized material for the Library’s Papers of Abraham Lincoln project
  •– Multiple Mekel Technology MACH-series microfilm and microfiche scanners to scan genealogy records
  • Duke University, Perkins Library– Zeutschel zeta book copy and scan system
  • Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co., Kansas City Life Insurance Co., Thrivent Life Insurance Co.– Mekel microfiche scanners for policy file capture
  • FamilySearch Family History Library– Zeutschel OS 15000 Advanced book scanners for digitizing genealogy records
  • Federal Aeronautical Administration– Mekel MACH-series microfiche scanners
  • Federal Reserve Board (NY)– Zeutschel OS 15000 Advanced book scanner
  • Genzyme Corporation– Zeutschel 12000 C book scanner for scanning lab notebooks
  • Kingsman County Register of Deeds- Zeutschel 12000 C Advanced book/large-format scanner
  • Longwood University, Greenwood Library– Multiple zeta book copy and scan systems for patron use
  • Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries– Two Zeutschel OS 12000 book/large-format scanners
  • Saint Louis University– Mekel MACH12 roll film scanner
  • Sedgwick County (KS) Recorder of Deeds– Zeutschel 12000 G Advanced book/large-format scanner
  • Service Bureaus* – InoTec production-volume document scanners; Mekel roll-film scanners; Mekel microfiche scanners; Zeutschel book and large-format scanners
  • University of South Carolina, University Libraries– Mekel MACH12 roll film scanner
  • U.S. Air Force– Mekel roll-film scanners for capturing historical library material; Mekel microfiche scanners; Extek roll film duplicator; HF Processors microfilm processor
  • U.S. Army Crimes Record Center– Mekel MACH-series microfiche scanner
  • U.S. National Archives & Records Administration– Multiple Zeutschel 14000 large-format scanners; Zeutschel OP500 archive writer; Mekel Technology microfilm/microfiche scanners; InoTec document scanners
  • U.S. Senate– Mekel MACH-series microfilm scanners for constituent documents
  • Utah State Archives– Mekel MACH7 microfiche scanner

* Names not released to protect their respective competitive advantage