Automatic High Profile Pallet Stretch Wrapper

September 9, 2009 at 10:04 pm | Posted in Industry & Manufacturing, Manufacturing, Packaging | Leave a comment
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ARPAC, a leading manufacturer of pallet stretch wrapping machinery, will feature the ARPAC POWER Series PA-High Profile automatic stretch wrapper this year at the Pack Expo Las Vegas show, Booth # 1000.

The POWER Series PA-High Profile is a platform automatic conveyor-less single station pallet stretch wrapping system which operates in all environments. This machine allows the forklift operator to set the pallet onto the platform and activate the wrapping cycle from a remote pendant.

Automatic Stretch Wrapper

Automatic Stretch Wrapper

Advantages of this machine include:

  • Powered Pre-Stretch up to 300%
  • Unique film clamp/cut and secure mechanism to prevent hanging film tails.
  • Increased labor efficiency by allowing for the entire wrap sequence to be completed without the forklift operator getting off of the truck.
  • Oversized 72″ diameter turntable (largest in the industry for this model) protects the film clamp from damage during loading and unloading.

The POWER Series PA-High Profile stretch wrapper is a part of a robust line of stretch wrapping equipment designed to minimize stretch film usage while ensuring the greatest ease of use in both machine operation and loading. Standard features include user-friendly operator controls, powder coated paint to provide durable scratch resistant surface, and much more.

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