Integrated into their new or existing Octopus wrapping machines, ITW Muller’s Logo Wrap™ wraps pallet loads with custom-branded films that can be applied during the normal wrapping cycle to provide an alternative to hand-applied stickers.
Orion’s Flex A Series of stand-alone automatic wrappers comes with an optional wireless remote that allows forklift drivers to initiate the process while on board the vehicle or reach a lanyard switch to start the stretch wrapper.
Watch this video of three types of high-precision stretch wrapping machines. Features include automated cutting and finishing, automated staging and discharge. Video shows round and square loads being wrapped.
Heavy-duty, medium-speed, flexible palletizer from Currie by Brenton LLP has a modular design, fully automated performance, and ability to accommodate multiple pack patterns. An optional integrated Orion stretch wrapper can be added.
The ELECTRO-WRAP SERIES® floor mounted automatic rotary tower stretch wrapper from ARPAC requires no pneumatic hookup, special pneumatic plumbing, or air compressor to stretch wrap unstable pallet loads that are either too light or too heavy to rotate on a turntable wrapper.
One of the many benefits of a PC-based human machine interface is the ability to tap into the mainstream consumer electronics world, as Columbia Machine demonstrated at PACK EXPO 2010 with a WiFi connection, smart phone, iPad and HMI from B&R running Windows XPe.