Sleevers - Single Item(3 companies)
A wide variety of machines that apply a sleeve, typically made of paperboard or corrugated or other materials, around a single product or a package. Looking at new cartoning, case packing, and multipacking machines? Learn more about what to look for in your next purchase.
Axon Corporation - ProMach, Performance Packaged
Axon offers nine applicators capable of applying shrink sleeves to product multi-packs. Featured multipack sleevers include the Aurora® Wide multi-pack, twin pack, tamper band, and shrink sleeve label applicators in mid-speed, wide film format models. Aurora Wide shrink sleeve systems provide dependable, steady-state production speeds up to 250 containers, twin packs, or multi-packs per minute.
EDL supplies a wide range of machines designed to accumulate, collate, place and wrap tray/pad supported multipacks. EDL offers a comprehensive lineup of tray wrapping equipment, starting with the Single Roll Wrapper which accommodates up to 50 packs per minute and print registration. Other tray wrapping systems options include a continuous motion inline wrapper, flight bar wrapper and inline automatic wrapper. Other multipack wrappers include EDL’s Flight Bar Automatic shrink wrapping machine, designed for wrapping light weight products or small multipacks that require substantial handling during wrapping and the Inline Automatic Shrink Wrap machine, designed to shrink wrap a variety of products, including bundling and shrink wrapping cartons to shrink wrapping large windows in multiple package enclosures at low to moderate speeds.
Unique Solutions Automation, formerly Z Automation
Unique Solutions Automation manufactures tray packers and sleevers for multipacking applications. Model TP9 351 is a wraparound style tray packer with multiple count configurations. Model TP7.5 501 tray packer features a flexible design for multiple application and stacking capability. Model SL7.5 150C is a sleever featuring a dual overhead sweeper infeed for multiple stack products.
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