Multipackers & Shrink wrappers

Hot water tunnel for end-seal shrink wrap applications
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Ossid: Hot water tunnel for end-seal shrink wrap applications

Ossid, powered by Pro Mach, has introduced the new 500 HWT waterfall type hot water tunnel for assured package integrity in end-seal applications; it can be ordered with new Ossid tray overwrappers and integrated with Ossid end-seal machines already in the field.
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Banding machine
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Banding machine

The ATS Automatic banding machine from Wexler has a double infeed system for higher throughput, and because it uses a narrow band rather than shrink wrap, it scores serious sustainability points.
Grieve’s No. 853 500OF electrically-heated belt conveyor oven
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Grieve: Electrically-heated belt conveyor oven

Grieve’s No. 853 500 degree F electrically-heated belt conveyor oven, suitable for curing coating and heat shrinking plastics, measures 30-in wide x 96-in deep x 24-in high.
Professional Series manual L-bar sealer and shrink tunnel
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Eastey: Manual L-bar sealer and shrink tunnel

Available with either a hot wire or hot knife seal head, Eastey’s new Professional Series manual L-bar sealer and shrink tunnel features a powered takeaway mesh conveyor for easy product transport, and magnetic clamping and automatic cycle timing to ensure a proper seal.
T818 shrink tunnel
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Texwrap: Entry-level shrink tunnel

Suitable for smaller shrink operations where it may need to be moved to accommodate production changes, Texwrap's new T818 shrink tunnel features: a high velocity blower; master air volume control; adjustable flow controls to deliver more or less overall volume as well as to control flow to the top and bottom of the package as needed; automatic cool down; an AC variable speed conveyor drive; and digital temperature control.
SP3HSL Series Automatic Film Splicer
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Butler Automatic: Automatic film splicer runs at speeds up to 450 ft/min

Designed for packaged goods and pharmaceutical shrink sleeve packaging operations, Butler Automatic’s new SP3HSL Series Automatic Film Splicer helps increase line efficiency by eliminating film roll change downtime, and increasing line efficiency by 9% or more according to the company.
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Sealed Air: Servo wrappers

Shanklin® Hy-Speed servo wrappers extend dimensional capabilities at speeds up to 180 packages-per-minute.
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Smallest pharma shrink wrapper in the world
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Smallest pharma shrink wrapper in the world

According to Polypack, its Pharma 16 shrink packaging machine is the smallest in the world, at less than 8-ft long. Targeted at pharmaceutical packaging applications, the machine can handle 4-, 6-, or 8-pack round or square products at 20 cycles/min.
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World's coolest shrink bundling tunnel?

If you weren't at PACK EXPO 2014, here's a few things you missed: kid-friendly packs from Crunch-Pak, a novel reclosure feature on an aluminum can, paired robots on a case packer, a cool-to-the-touch shrink tunnel that has to be seen to be believed, and a Universal Controller that greatly simplifies controls issues on packaging machines that incorporate robots.
Primary package bundling using Post-It-style adhesive
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Primary package bundling using Post-It-style adhesive

MultiPack solutions uses Post-It note type adhesive to bundle primary packages. Tape can be customer printed and easily removes without damaging the primary packages.

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