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Are you still taping boxes by hand? With a price starting around $2,900, a case sealer provides excellent entry-level automation for your packaging. Prove ROI by using our calculator to see how much you could save by investing in a case sealer.
Are you using too much film when you wrap your pallets? Stretch film is one of the largest components of waste in a warehouse or distribution center. And it’s expensive stuff. The best way to make sure you don’t waste film is to properly prestrech it. But how do you know you’re doing it right?
Hot melt adhesives are made from 100% thermoplastics which offers a quick, clean and economical way to bond a variety of materials. When heated at various temperatures they become liquid and can be sprayed, roll coated or applied as a bead form. Hot melt adhesives are manufactured in glue sticks, slats, beads...
Each stretch wrapper has a different sized turntable. It is important to make sure the pallets you intend to wrap fit on the turntable and have enough clearance room to rotate effectively. The load diagonal is a critical measurement of a pallet load across the diagonally opposite corners.
Case sealers are workhorses in the packaging industry, because of this, the tape head components need to be maintained properly for optimal performance. We are a Loveshaw Certified Service Provider and have compiled a list of eight common maintenance items on Loveshaw tape heads...
Determining the correct shrink film width for sealing your product or package is important for a few reasons. If you are using excess shrink film to seal, it can cost you a large amount over the long run. Using additional film will take longer to actually shrink seal which will increase labor costs.
Stretch and shrink wrap are commonly used for protecting products for shipment but are often confused with one another. They are each a type of plastic film, but the two materials are very different. Here’s a breakdown of the differences between the films and what applications they are used in.
At Rocket Industrial we want to make conversions as easy as possible for you. We have combined all of these tricky conversion and formula charts for you, so you can access them all in one handy place. We want you to be sure that you are getting the exact measurements you need.
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