See how tapered frozen and refrigerated dairy containers can be tightly nested by flipping or inverting every other container to make a compact bull's-eye shrink bundle that requires no pad or tray. ARPAC equipment in the video is running a Mayfield ice cream application.
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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.
ARPAC Video shows how tray erector/packer and compact shrink wrapper work in tandem to take mass-flow infeed of squat containers, separate into groups, load onto trays, erect trays around containers, wrap in film, and finish them into a tight bull's eye pack. Automatic infeed for loading tray blanks also shown.
Video clip from ARPAC shows a shrink bundler taking a mass-flow of lightweight plastic spice containers, converting into single file, then diverting into three lanes to produce unsupported 12-pack bull's-eye shrink bundle packs without trays or pads.
See video of multipacks of glass cleaner on Arpac’s versatile TS37 with interchangeable horizontal and vertical sealing. This system is wrapping these multipack with a vertical seal for high quality package display.
Video shows an integrated tray packer, case packer and shrink bundler from Arpac
that packages trays and cases of spices at speeds up to 25 packages per
minute. This customer needed to ship their product both locally and
internationally, requiring both trays and cases.
The Cover-Pal 6000 stretch hood pallet covering system from Arpac offers numerous advantages, including high production capacity, wrapping pallets at speeds up to 140 pallets per hour with less film changeovers.
On this bottled water line, following automatic lane dividers, bottles are collated and tray packed on equipment from Vantage Pak. Pressure-sensitive print-and-apply labelers from Loveshaw apply product ID and date code to each side of the tray before it enters an Arpac shrink wrapper. Then an incline conveyor takes finished trays to a remote palletizer.