Inline Automatic Shrink Wrap Machine

Maximize your speed and efficiency, while maintaining package quality. Experience an Inline Automatic Shrink Wrap Machine.

Inline Automatic Shrink Wrap machines are EDL’s most flexible secondary packaging solution. These systems are 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.

What’s the Difference Between Inline Automatic and Continuous Motion Systems?

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Inline Automatic Shrink Wrap Machine Features

  • Flexible footprints
  • Inline layout
  • Modular design allows for substantial flexibility in capabilities
  • Frequently integrated with wide side seal assemblies to create total enclosure packages
  • Works well with unsupported and supported (corrugate trays or pads) products
  • Can be easily integrated with EDL corrugate tray/pad loading equipment
  • Throughput rates range from 5-15 packs per minute (product and enclosure dependent)

Packaging Machine Attributes

  • Heavy-duty welded tubular steel frame with powder coat finish
  • Two-roll film system (single wound), 14” diameter capacity
  • Teflon-coated, constant-heat seal jaw
  • Pack-stabilizing clamp
  • Category III safety switches
  • High-efficiency shrink tunnel

Package Enclosure

  • Bulls’ Eye
  • Total Natural Enclosure
  • Total Enclosure (shrink)
  • Total Enclosure (no shrink – “bagged”)

The EDL Packaging Engineers Guarantee

  • Performance Guarantee ensures EDL machines will perform as specified. All machines are thoroughly tested to the highest standards
  • Equipment Warranty provides a full two-year warranty on parts (equipment warranty excludes consumables)

When to Invest in a Automatic Shrink Wrap Packaging Machine

Automatic shrink wrap systems can be designed and manufactured to meet a wide range of packaging goals. And are commonly installed in manufacturing settings that warrant mid-to higher production rates.

Circumstances that may lead you to purchase a fully automatic packaging machine:

  • You have a limited number of products and have large runs of them. This is usually the best fit for an automatic machine.
  • You would like to eliminate some of the hands-on processes that may be associated with packaging your products in order to improve line efficiencies.
  • You need your machine to present your products in a very specific manner. In this case, an automated machine will have the repeatability you are looking for.
  • You need a machine that will perform multiple functions (e.g., erect a tray, place your product in that tray, wrap the tray). Here, an automatic solution may end up being the more cost-effective option.

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