Packaging Product: Simultaneously stretch wrap, weigh pallet loads

The Wrap-n-Weigh pallet stretch wrapper combines wrapping and weighing into one operation by integrating a precision scale and digital controls with either high- or low-profile turntables.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 14, 2010 - MMH Editorial

The Wrap-n-Weigh pallet stretch wrapper combines wrapping and weighing into one operation by integrating a precision scale and digital controls with either high- or low-profile turntables. The semi-automatic wrapper features full-powered pre-stretch, user-friendly controls, powder coated paint, turntable jog control, banding carriage pause control, and photoelectric load height sensing. Forklift portable, the maximum load height is 83 inches for the low-profile model, and 74 inches for the high-profile model. Based on three top and three bottom wraps, average cycle time is 2 minutes. ARPAC Group, 847-678-4871, www.arpac.com.



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