Wrap Around Case Packer - WAP50
Company Name: Fibre King
Continuous Wrap Around Case Packer, WAP30-WAP60
Contact: Vijay Kumar at Fibre King
Contact Number: 0408781300
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Wrap Around Case Packer - WAP50 Features:
The Fibre King Continuous Motion Wraparound Case Packer is robust in design and reliable in operation. Built in stainless steel as standard, the range is certain to deliver many years of service, even in difficult environments.
It has been designed to accommodate a variety of product types, in a large range of case sizes and configurations, for many high speed industries.
An advanced control and servo drive system result in speeds of up to 60 cases per minute, whilst the collation, case closing and compression system ensures clean and accurately squared cases every time.
Quick change over mechanisms, including motorized adjustments of major machine elements makes the WAP30-WAP60 Range ideal for modern flexible production lines.
Speed: Up to 60 Cases/Min
304 stainless steel frames and sheet metal (as standard; 316 stainless steel is available as an option for highly corrosive products or cleaning agents)
Heavy duty construction
Accommodation for multiple case styles
Quick changeover times (fast and repeatable, motorised adjustments linked to the control system allow for easy and accurate changeover; interlocking sensing of change parts ensures machine protection during and after changeover)
Colour touchscreen & remote support
Clean and open design (no product catchpoints)
Reliability and spare parts availability
High capacity magazine (800-1000, unlimited capacity to expand)
Hot melt sealing (Nordson P10 or equivalent as standard, tape/other options available)
Company Location: Australia
Price: Contact us for price, various options available...
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Brief information about Fibre King
As an Australian fourth-generation family business founded in 1926, Fibre King has spent decades designing, manufacturing and maintaining the highest quality end of line packaging equipment for production facilities of all sizes across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, US, Canada, Middle East and Europe. Since offering Australia’s first locally designed and manufactured case packer in 1950 to developing a complete range of end line packaging machinery that includes robotics and Industry 4.0 we have never looked back and are continually looking to meet the changing needs of production facilities.http://www.fibreking.com.au
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