In follow-up to their newly released Compact Palletising Cell (CPC), JMP announce a new version of the machine with stretch wrapping capabilities built-in.
At the start of the palletising cycle the robot pulls the film out and onto the empty pallet, and then places a carton (or other package type) onto the film to secure it in place. The robot continues to palletise packages until the pallet is ready to be wrapped. On completion of the palletising sequence the turntable rotates and film is released from the stretch carriage. During the wrapping cycle the robot continues to palletise product in the opposite palletising position of the cell.
The new system provides customers with a fully featured palletising and wrapping system, all in a compact footprint and at a reasonable price. The palletiser can also be supplied with grippers for handling a range of products, such as containers, cartons, bags, drums and pails. Pallet labellers with tamp heads can also be mounted adjacent to palletising position, making the cell a complete palletising, wrapping and labelling solution.