Kallfass servo shrink wrapper uses 15-25% less film

Kallfass ran its Servo Jet 400 side sealing shrink wrap machine at interpack. Used in many different applications for shrink packaging and mailing, the Servo Jet leverages the precision of ELAU automation technology to use less film and form perfect seams.

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According to North American vp Bodo Goepfert, the Servo Jet uses between 15% to 25% less film than machines they are replacing and competitive machinery on the market today.

Goepfert describes the ELAU solution as ‘generation 3' or mechatronic, a methodology for designing machinery to replace mechanical content with software and servos, a trend which ELAU has been largely credited for leading in the packaging industry.

The fully automatic, continuous motion side sealer features quick, recipe-driven changeovers accessed from a color touch panel

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