This is the most commonly used stretch wrapper. Turntable stretch wrappers use a platform to rotate the pallet while the film is being dispensed at the carriage. The carriage typically moves up and down encompassing the entire load. There are four different types of turntable stretch wrappers.
A low profile machine is best fit for pallet jacks applications.
The platform usually stands no more than couple inches from the ground.
A ramp may be added as an additional customized option.
Semi-Automatic stretch wrap machines require an operator to load the machine, attach the film to the load, start the machine, cut the film, and secure the film tail to the load.
Semi-automatic stretch wrappers are ideal for manufacturing industries that wrap up to 20 loads per day, otherwise you should use a full-automatic.
Semi-automatic stretch wrappers are designed for use with a forklift or a pallet jack.
A high profile stretch wrapper is best fit for forklift applications.
Unlike a low profile, the turntable has an elevated design and provides easier loading and positioning due to its height.
Can be easier to maintain and repair.
Automatic stretch wrappers don’t require an operator.
High speed automatic stretch wrappers usually incorporate conveyors to increase productivity.
These stretch wrappers can keep up with the most demanding production rates (120 loads per hour with a conveyor).
Automatic stretch wrappers apply and cut the film, so the only thing you need to do is change the film roll.
It is our goal is to provide you with the high quality service that is going to eliminate failures to make your job not only more productive, but hopefully easier. Most end-of-line equipment brands offer different capabilities in terms of ease, automation, integration, and performance. We represent a variety of different brands to match the best system based on your customer needs and the versatility of the job. To determine what solution will truly fit your loads the best, contact Best Packaging at (888) 930-BEST.