Scanning services to meet your needs
We’re more than just a company that scans documents. Not only do we scan in black and white or colour, we also perform large format scanning from any size original; from a 6×4 standard photo to an A0 poster or plan from a variety of file formats. For delicate originals, Hacketts have even developed a non-contact system to minimise the risk to your document. Copying and scanning of legal documents is a particular specialty.
The Hacketts scanning solution is designed to meet your personal needs, from basic conversion of any hard copy original right through to a fully searchable database of files available in your chosen electronic format. Using the very latest high-volume scanning equipment and leading-edge software, operated by our team of in-house experts, Hacketts can offer you a comprehensive document scanning service including, indexing, archiving and de-skewing features.
For even greater convenience and flexibility, Hacketts can organise a fully equipped mobile scanning team to work on-site with no need for your documents to leave the premises.
Memories are meant to be shared – why not keep a digital version of your precious images and family history so you can pass them on? We can scan your slides and photos as digital images onto CD or DVD. We scan at the highest possible resolution, so you can enlarge your photos into posters, canvases and collages without resolution problems. We also offer a bulk photo scanning service which is perfect for turning hundreds of old photos and slides lying in forgotten shoeboxes into digital copies.
To talk about our confidential scanning service with one of our advisors or to arrange a consultation, simply call your nearest Hacketts branch.
One of our legal clients needed a copy of an oversized document held in a specialised library, whose policy was not to allow any documents out of the premises and not to subject them to any unusual handling.
Many deeds and old maps are too delicate to be put through a standard roller-fed scanning process, which can damage fragile documents, or those containing raised surfaces such as seals. This is a particular problem with documents larger than A3 size – too big for office flatbed glass scanners. Hacketts responded to this by developing a piece of equipment in house that scans the document without any direct contact on the original.
In the case of the specific example above, we dismantled our equipment, loaded it in a van and assembled it again on site at the library premises and were able to successfully scan the document under the supervision of the library staff.