Secondary shrink wrapping collation is a well established low cost method of collating and packing many goods. StretchPacking is an alternative to traditional shrink wrapping by tightly bundling goods together using much less film and no heat tunnel required.The subsequent tightness of the wrapped goods also invariably increases the amount of goods that can be stacked onto a pallet and increases savings significantly.
The B&B StretchPacker offers a great alternative solution to shrink wrapping goods. Many years of continual development has made B&B the market leaders in this industry with particular success in replacing shrink wrappers and achieving huge material savings on film, energy due to no shrink tunnel required and better pallet utilisation due to tighter bales of product compared to traditional shrink wrapping.
The StretchPacker comes in a range of sizes form 500cm up to 1500ccm in terms of working width. Products such as pet food bags, cartons, aerosols, chilled foods, frozen foods and industrial items such as insultation panels, PVC window frames and refuse sacks are all suitable for StretchPacking.
The machine is easily changed over for different sizes of products via an intuitive user HMI interface allowing recipes to be stored and minimal tool changing required.
The StretchPacker can be equipped with numerous upstream product collation systems tailored for the type of product that has to be packed. The machine can perforate the film along the seals allowing the easy merchandising of product eliminating the need for knives to unwrap the product safely without causing damge to the contained product.
A true alternative to shrink wrapping, the StretchPacker not only saves energy and wrapping material but also increases the amount of palletised product and reduces transportation costs, pallet stability and storage costs significantly.
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