Wrap-around Tray/Case Packer

November 12, 2009 at 6:31 pm | Posted in Industrial, Industry & Manufacturing, Manufacturing, Packaging | Leave a comment
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ARPAC’s intermittent motion DPM 2000 Series wrap-around case/tray packer was on display as part of a integrated food packaging line at the Pack Expo Las Vegas 2009 show. Arpac’s packaging equipment and stretch wrap machines are well known in the industry for their innovative design and superior performance.

The DPM Series are designed for a wide variety of products to service many different industries. Reaching speeds up to 25 cases / trays per minute, these rugged machines help minimize labor requirements and increase production output.
Packaging Equipment
DPM-2000 systems are easily integrated into new lines with other equipment – after cartoners and shrink bundlers, or before tray stackers, shrink wrappers and palletizers. By integrating blank feeding, product loading, case forming and container sealing into a single, compact machine, the DPM-2000 is ideal for packaging cans, jars, bottles and a host of other products.

Wrap-around case or tray blanks can reduce the amount of corrugated board used by up to 25 percent, with additional savings in warehouse space and lower handling costs. Tightly wrapped cases and trays enhance stacking strength and help reduce damage caused by products shifting during shipping and handling. If additional strength is required, partitions may be inserted into the case or tray.

Standard features include:
• Nordson hot melt glue system
• Crank adjustable blank feed
• Wrap-around tray former/loader
• Allen-Bradley programmable logic controller with Arpac standard operator interface
• Digital controls for conveyor speeds, timing, and temperature settings for fast accurate setup when changing product size and film


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