New stretch wrappers, from Highlight Industries and RoboPac, wrap pallets with a stretch film to secure and prepare the pallet of material for shipment or storage. They provide a professional look & secure package which reduces the risk of damage during transit. Stretch wrapping products will improve productivity and improve inventory control, while at the same time reducing product loss. With faster wrapping and a more efficient way of packaging goods, businesses will help to increase their overall output. With an effective wrapping method your business will be able to save a significant amount of energy and time. Stretch wrappers increase efficiency and employee productivity. New stretch wrappers have the following features: secure loads for shipment, various sizes & capacities available, film is recyclable, low profile or high profile, and optional ramps available. Talk with our sales team to find out which stretch wrapper is right for you.
Stretch wrappers are often used to package a load of products, usually on a pallet, tightly and securely so items won’t move during distribution and storing. Stretch wrap is a plastic film that delivers exceptional protective tension. This protective wrap significantly improves load stability when in transportation. By improving the stability of the load, you create it easier to transport and ship. It also shields individual products from being damaged. Wrappers can also help increase throughput capabilities so that a facility can operate at its most efficient capacity. Using these helps to reduce film consumptions resulting in lower film costs.
Stretch wrapping equipment has multi-purpose functions such as keeping a load stable and protecting packaged inventory/products. There are many advantages of wrapping your products and inventory with a stretch wrapper such as:
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Choosing a stretch wrapper depends on several factors such as the size and shape of the load to be wrapped, the production rate, the type of stretch film used, and the level of automation required. Here are some steps to help you choose a stretch wrapper:
By considering these factors, you can choose a stretch wrapper that meets your specific needs and improves your wrapping efficiency.
Stretch wrappers are an essential piece of equipment for warehouses that need to wrap and protect pallets of products during shipping and storage. Here are some of the advantages of using stretch wrappers in your warehouse:
Overall, stretch wrappers are an excellent investment for any warehouse looking to improve the efficiency and safety of their shipping and storage operations while also reducing costs and improving space utilization.
Stretch wrappers have a wide range of applications across various industries where packaging and transporting palletized loads are essential. Here are some common applications of stretch wrappers:
Q: How does a warehouse stretch wrapper work?
A: A stretch wrapper typically rotates the pallet while dispensing stretch film, which is then stretched and tightly wound around the load. This process secures the products to the pallet.
Q: What types of loads can be wrapped using a warehouse stretch wrapper?
A: Warehouse stretch wrappers can handle a wide range of loads, including boxes, cartons, bags, and various types of containers.
Q: Are there different types of warehouse stretch wrappers?
Q: How much stretch film is needed for wrapping pallets?
A: The amount of stretch film required depends on factors like load size, weight, and wrapping pattern. Pre-stretch features also affect the amount of film used.
Q: What is the typical lifespan of a warehouse stretch wrapper?
A: The lifespan varies depending on usage, maintenance, and quality. On average, a well-maintained stretch wrapper can last several years.
Q: Can warehouse stretch wrappers be operated by anyone?
A: Generally, yes. While some training might be necessary for safe and efficient operation, many stretch wrappers have user-friendly interfaces.