The FAST WRAP 1250 is a multi-packing flow wrapper designed to arrange, collate and place industrial AFH-type paper rolls in bags.
The rolls coming from the saw are fed by a system of conveyors that orient and transfer them to the machine in multiple rows; they are then counted and arranged according to the desired configuration. The rolls are picked up from the conveyor belt and put "in phase" to allow the wrapping cycle to begin.
In the FAST WRAP 1250, wrapping using a centre-folded reel is achieved by placing the film around the prearranged rolls, and then joining and subsequently sealing the edges at the top of the bag. The pack is then transferred to the transversal seal station where packs are parted. Front and rear seals are done by a hot bar self-centring cross system.
With the FAST WRAP 1250 roll packs can be customised with glued label insertion or pre-printed film.
With this packaging process, FAST WRAP 1250 film consumption is approximately 25% lower compared with other wrappers available on the market.
The wrapping process does not generate wrapping material scraps or rejects, consequently cutting disposal costs and reducing shrinking temperatures.
Given these multiple advantages, the cost of the entire wrapping process is 30-35% lower.
The FAST WRAP 1250 is the first machine to be completely controlled by an electronic servo-motor system. Thanks to this solution, both size change-overs and general machine functions can all be easily controlled from the touch-screen panel.
The main features of the FAST WRAP 1250 are as follows:
The packaging world has been abuzz with news of Industry 4.0 for years, and particularly technologies for line automation and remote assistance. Few companies can boast Microline’s experience in this field. This Emilia-Romagna-based company has always put its customers first and foremost, seeking the best ways to ensure prompt and ongoing support.
Numerous factors have contributed to the market success of the AL80. This roll packaging unit is an ideal blend of strength and performance. Its packaging material requirements have been cut by using very fine film and a packaging process without any waste trimmings.
The first order placed by the Neapolitan company was for a side-loading case packer that was fitted to an interfolded towel and toilet paper line. The second was for a dedicated high-performance line for hospital paper rolls production, while the third order was fitted downstream of a state-of-the-art interfolded towel and toilet paper line.