ARPAC’s HC37 Bottom Overlap Horizontal Shrink Wrapper

February 16, 2009 at 6:05 pm | Posted in Industry & Manufacturing, Packaging | 2 Comments
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ARPAC, leading manufacturer of shrink wrapper machinery, demonstrated the HC37 Bottom Overlap Horizontal Shrink Wrapper last year at the Pack Expo 2008 Show in Chicago.

Stretch Wrapper

The ARPAC HC37 Horizontal Overlap Shrink Wrapper

The HC37 Horizontal Wrapper is ideal for completely overwrapping multipacks and individual products at speeds up to 80 packages per minute.

Advantages of this machine include:
* Highly flexible and easy to change-over.
* Creates visually appealing packages for retail display while increasing your product protection.
* A static bottom lap seal with vacuum belt minimizes seal lines to better showcase your product.
* Central Point lubrication simplifies preventative maintenance.
* Unique seal frame enables the HC37 to make horizontal as well as vertical cross seals.

The HC37 stretch wrappers are available with many optional Quick-Connect infeeds to accommodate a wider range of package sizes. This system is complete with an ARPAC stand-alone shrink tunnel to ensure a uniform shrink.

All ARPAC machinery is manufactured in Schiller Park, IL under Arpac’s lean manufacturing process, and sold through our nationwide distributor network.

For more information on the HC37 Horizontal Wrapper, or to obtain a quote, please contact ARPAC at or 847-678-4034.

About The Arpac Group
The Arpac Group specializes in manufacturing heavy-duty, standard and custom-designed packaging systems that meet the needs of a broad range of industrial users. All machinery is sold and serviced by The Arpac Group’s international network of distributors and service technicians. Located near Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, The Arpac Group maintains sales offices throughout the United States and selected countries worldwide.



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  1. Shrink Wrapping Machinery…

    Great Tip…

  2. Great Tip

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