This is the traditional shrink-wrapping machine, suitable for collating and shrink-wrapping industrial-purpose paper rolls with plastic film. The film in excess on the sides of the pack forms the edges that overlap and close the bundle laterally during heat shrinking.
The products coming from the saw are upended (the core is put in a vertical position by a roll upender), if necessary divided into several lines (switching system), arranged according to the desired collation and pushed into the wrapping station.
The packs are then separated while passing through the wrapping/ sealing station and subsequently conveyed inside a shrink tunnel/oven, where the heated film shrinks around the product and adheres to it.
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.
Line layout design should be aimed at efficient product conveyance and, at the same time, optimum production flow, thus saving as much space as possible. The Microline engineering department is ready to help the customer design new layouts or alter existing ones
One of the strong points of a Microline machine is its versatility. Indeed, a common feature of the entire range of solutions is that of being able to work, depending on the configuration, with different materials, products and sizes, thus satisfying constantly-changing production requirements.