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Shrink Packaging Systems

Automatic Bundle Wrappers for:Bottles, Cans, Cartons, Boxes

Click to Download 15sec Movie of Shrink Wrapper with Horizontal CollatorOPERATION
* After filling capping and labelling, product containers are fed automatically onto the infeed conveyor of the wrapping station and continue moving in a single lane onto the collating table

* Here, a pneumatic pusher collates the containers into the pre-selected pack formation, which upon completion is transferred forward into the welding position.

* At this stage the pack is clamped, the welding bar descents to complete the wrap, and the pusher returns to prepare the next collation of product.

* As the welding bar ascends, the pusher advances to transfer the new collation into the welding position, at the same time displacing the previously wrapped collation onto continiously moving shrink tunnel conveyor.

* The wrapped collation soon enters the shrink tunnel chamber where recirclulated hot air causes the wrap to shrink and tightly conform to the contours of the contents.

* Once the pack is out of the hot chamber , forced air cooling is used to tighten sleeve wrap to achive a strong, secure pack ready for stacking on pallet or a placing on a shipping carton.


Shrink Wrappers for Pharmaceutical & Cosmetic Industries

With Integral Horizontal Collator

Shrink Wrapper with Horizontal Collator-Picture Designed for Automatic Collation and Shrink Wrapping of cylindrical or rectangular or rectangular containers in diameter from 20-200mm dia.

Pack of Bottles





With Integral Vertical Collator

[Click to Download 15sec Movie of Shrink Wrapper with Vertical Collator] Stacking Diagram Designed for stacking of cartons ranging in size from a matchbox to a shoebox.
This machine can be connected directly to a horizontal cartonner to form a Fully Automatic packaging line.

Stack of cartons


Bundle Wrappers for Printing Industry

Paper Wrapper-Picture

Paper/Magazine Wrapper-Outfeed Designed specifically to handle efficiently reams of paper or stacks of magazines.
The machine can be connected directly to a magazine stacker as a part of Fully Automatic printing and packaging line.






Click here to see it work

Side fed Magazine Wrappers






Inline Magazine Wrappers

Designed spedifically for the order picking lines in Magazine Distribution Industry.
This machine can wrap variable size stacks of magazines using a unique device that allows wrapping even a single magazine.



Autopack Model 60SIP30FP


Semi-Auto Bundle Wrappers

OPERATION
* After filling capping and labelling, product is presented to the machine on a conveyor or trolley.

* Here the operator assembles a desired group of product in front of hand operated pusher. Once ready the operator advances the pusher to transfer the pack to the welding and wrapping position.

* At this stage the pack is clamped and pusher returns to prepare the next collation while the welding bar descents to complete the wrap on the pack.

* After the welding bar ascends, the pusher is advanced to transfer the nwe collation into the welding position, at the same time displacing the previously wrapped collation onto continuosly moving shrink tunnel conveyor.

* The wrapped collation soon enters the shrink tunnel chamber where recirlulated hot air causes the wrap to shrink and ttightly conform to the contours of the contents.

* Once the pack is out of the hot chamber , forced air cooling is used to tighten sleeve wrap to achive a strong, secure pack ready for stacking on pallet or a placing on a shiping carton.


Tray-Shrink WrappingLines

Click to Download 15sec Movie of TraysShrinkLine OPERATION
* After upline processing, product containers are fed into the grouping section where the desired pack is formed. Depending on speed required, single or multiple infeed may be used.

* While the product is being collated, the tray index system prepares the tray. First, the blank is drawn from the magazine, formed into a "U", then placed between the fingers on the carrier chains.

* Next the "U" is advanced to the loading station to merge with the product. Here the now ready collation is transfered into the cardboard "U" and when completed, the chain is indexed forward.



* During the indexing, the corner flaps are folded and held in position, but the side flaps are left horizontal until the final stage.

* As the chain carrier is indexed again, hot melt glus is applied onto the side flaps. The position and length of the glue path is accurately controled by the PLC program.

* Upon stopping at the last position, the end flaps are folded up and held firmly in place until the glue is firm enough for the tray to be indexed again and dispensed onto the infeed of the Shrink Wrapper.

Product on tray










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