The Lo-Pro also handles half-sized pallets, which are growing in popularity in the beverage industry due to their ease of handling through narrow doorways and retail aisles and flexible placement in store displays.
Orion’s new wrap recipes for their stretch wrappers reduce material costs and enhance performance. Combined with the durable construction and user-friendly features of the Flex A and D models, Orion stretch wrappers deliver unbelievably high value to customers.
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.
Orion’s fully automatic SpectraMAX spiral low-profile platform rotary turntable system is designed to wrap pallet loads with a secure spiral web of stretch film without requiring manual film attachment/severing before or after cycling.
The CTS-67 stand-alone, turntable stretch-wrapping unit from Orion (Collierville, TN) was designed to streamline stretch-wrapping operations by providing a staging conveyor onto which unwrapped loads can be placed, eliminating the need for double handling.
Orion Packaging Systems (Collierville, TN) has released its redesigned MA-55 automatic rotary tower stretch-wrapping system. Machine offers a 4-leg frame that replaces the previous 2-leg gantry-style frame design.
Orion Packaging Systems (Collierville, TN) has published a brochure describing the MA-55 automatic stretch-wrapping machine. Machine unitizes pallet loads automatically by rotating a film carriage around a stationary load.
Long-lasting AC motors are being integrated into Orion’s (Memphis, TN) line of automatic stretch wrappers. The AC variable frequency drives are more energy efficient and more versatile than DC motors, which have brushes that tend to wear out quickly.
Orion® PC-based motion controllers from Ormec (Rochester, NY) now offer Ethernet connections to Allen-Bradley PLCs that support Ethernet. The controllers can also be used for communications with PCs running popular human-machine interface software packages.
New Orion® ServoWire(TM) servo drives and PC-based digital motion controllers from Ormec (Rochester, NY) communicate at speeds to 200 megabits/sec using the IEEE-1394 network protocol, originally Apple Computer's FireWire(TM) network protocol.
Orion Packaging Systems (Memphis, TN) is now offering a leasing program that gives manufacturers an alternative to purchasing packaging equipment. The program is called Orion Financial Services and is fully deductible as a business expense.
Ormec's (Rochester, NY) new Orion(TM) motion controller family includes the 586/133MHz processor. This processor offers a 25% speed increase and enables Ormec customers to upgrade to a more industrial PC-based platform.
Tharo Systems (Brunswick, OH) has introduced the Orion point-of-use thermal-transfer bar code label printer. Well-suited for applications where space is limited, it has a footprint measuring 8" x 10.1".