Contact us: 800-876-3736

American Surplus Inc. buys and sells used warehouse storage and used material handling equipment, and has an outstanding reputation of working with our customers to get them the right equipment they need quickly, and at the most competitive price available. Since 1992 we have been providing used pallet racking, used conveyors, used steel shelving, used mezzanines, and much more. 

 

Challenge us to get answers to your warehouse storage or material handling problems, issues, or concerns. We have an incredibly large inventory of used equipment on hand and should have no problem finding you the right product in a timely fashion.

 

With over 530,000 square feet of inventory in our warehouse, ASI is the largest used material handling dealer in the country. All of our inventory is stored indoors, so weather damage is not a concern when buying used equipment from us. Our main facility is located in RI, but we have shipping locations throughout the nation. This allows us to ship nationally while still maintaining competitive freight rates.

 

ASI also buys used material handling equipment, warehouse equipment, and industrial storage equipment. All used equipment must be in good working condition for ASI to consider purchasing it. We regularly buy large quantities of used conveyor, used mezzanines, used steel shelving, used pallet rack, and much, much more! Call us today to speak with Mike Cienava II from our Purchasing Department.

 

Call us today for a free quote, and quantity discounts are available. All pricing is listed as "as low as". The prices that are displayed are dependent on the quantity desired, the capacity required, and the condition. Installation services are also available, ensuring that your used material handling equipment is installed properly in as little time as possible.

Contact American Surplus or visit our 530,000 sq. ft. facility

 

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Used Stretch Wrapper
CID: 543
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Factory Demo Stretch Wrappers for Sale as Low as $6,495

 

Model Mfg Number Capacity Speed Volts Hz Wrap Height Pallet Size
SS P1202E204 4,000 lbs. 0-10 RPM 115 60 80" up to 52" x 52" x 80"

 

Quantity discounts available. 40-60% off the price of new. Call 800-876-3736 for additional information & a free quote on used stretch wrappers.

 

Used stretch wrappers place plastic film around a loaded pallet, reducing the labor required to manually wrap them.  Stretch wrappers have different wrap patterns depending on pallet size, consistently keeping pallet loads secure.

 

ASI’s used stretch wrappers are less expensive than heat tunnels or wrapping by hand, and are sold with a 30 day ASI guarantee.  Start providing consistent and secure shipments with used stretch wrappers.

 

Used stretch wrapper manufacturers include Lantech, Wultech and Predator.

New Stretch Wrapper
CID: 543-A
  • Several styles available new
  • With or without turntable
  • Factory guarantee
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New Strapping Machines for Sale

 

Model Mfg Number Capacity Speed Volts Hz Wrap Height Pallet Size
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P1202E204 4,000 lbs. 0-10 RPM 115 60 80" up to 52" x 52" x 80"

Used stretch wrappers most commonly use low-density polyethylene, which can stretch up to 500% of its length before breaking. The film is typically only stretched 100 to 300% when in use, and once it is stretched the elastic recovery keeps the load tight and secure. In warehouse and industrial settings, stretch wrappers most commonly serve the following functions: (click here to view entire article)


 

  • Improved stability of products and packages, which forms a unit load
  • Easier handling and storage of unit loads
  • Contents are protected from pilferage because product is harder to access once wrapped
  • Contents are protected against dust and debris to some extent

 

The three common types of stretch wrappers are manual, semi-auto, and automatic. Each of these types come in a few different styles as well, so here is a brief summary of each.

 

Manual stretch wrappers come in three different styles. An extended core stretch wrapper is just a roll of film with an elongated spool, which acts as handles on either end of the film. This is the least consistent method of stretch wrapping because the tension is controlled by hand. There are also mechanical brakes, which provide resistance against the film to create stretch. The last style of manual stretch wrappers are pole wrappers, which are similar in style to the mechanical brake wrapper. Pole wrappers use an extended pole with the roll and brake at the end, eliminating the need to bend and reach.

 

Semi-automatic stretch wrappers also come in three different styles, turntable, orbital, and rotary arm. Turntable wrappers use a turntable that the load is positioned on, and spins while the film roll moves up and down on a fixed mast. The stretch is achieved because the load is rotated faster than the film is fed. Orbital wrappers use a vertical rotating ring to apply the stretch wrap to products moving horizontally through the ring. Products are either suspended in the ring by hand, machinery, or conveyor. Rotary arm stretch wrappers are the last style, and with this system the load stays still while the rotating arm turns around it, wrapping it with film.

 

Automatic wrappers are similar in design to semi-auto, but there are automated systems to load the machine, and apply to, seal, and cut the film. Automatic stretch wrappers come in turntable and rotary arm styles as well. The only style that is unique to an automatic wrapper is the rotary ring wrapper. This style houses the film on a horizontal ring which moves vertically relative to the load being wrapped while the load stays in place.

 

The more high volume shipments you have going out, the more likely your facility could benefit from an automatic or semi-automatic stretch wrapper. If your operation is small or you don’t frequently have full pallets to ship, a manual stretch wrapper might be more fitting. When making this decision, be forward thinking and try to forecast where your company will be in five years. A manual stretch wrapper might be enough for today, or the next two years, but a few years down the road you might have to replace it with a semi or fully automatic setup to meet your shipping needs anyway. You should always consider upgrading now and saving money in the long run, as this applies to many different types of material handling equipment.

 

This might be hard to determine on your own, but that is where ASI comes in to help. We will determine what you are handling and at what volumes, and help make the best decision based off of your unique situation. Our professional sales team will work together to get you the proper solution for your specific material handling problem.



by Bill Dimaio

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