The Nobel is a new, high quality Italian made Friction Brake Pallet-Wrapping Machine. Most entry level or cheaper machines come with 1 or 2 basic cycles, but not the Nobel.
It features 3 fully programmable wrapping cycle, with –
Accent up and down options
Carriage speed up
Carriage speed down and the over wrap timer.
Frequency controller for turntable speed adjustment;
Frequency controller for carriage speed adjustment;
Adjustable parameters from control panel: cycle selection, bottom turns, top turns, rotation speed, carriage speed, photocell delay;
Photocell for pallet height detection;M
Maximum pallet height 2100mm
Stop at 0 position;
3 working cycles;
Braked turntable at the end of the cycle;
Safety Device under carriage
2 years manufacturers warranty.
Power Pre stretch carriage
240V AU PLUG
Can I Adjust the turntable speed myself? Yes the XW-1000 Nobel’s turntable speed and mast speed along with many other options can be adjusted easily by any user from its interface. No disassembly of the machine to access to board is required. The settings you change are then saved to one of 3 fully programmable cycles.
How much weight can this machine take? It can take pallets weighing up to 1200kg.
What sort of break or carriage does this machine have? The base model of the XW-1000 has a friction; aka mechanical brake. Force is applied to the film by a spring loaded roller stretching out the stretch wrap.
Can you supply this machine with a power pre-stretch carriage? Yes we can, please contact us for pricing and available carriage options.
Do you rent these machines? Yes Melbpack can you rent you the XW-1000 for a short term rental of a few months or a long term 36 month rental agreement.
Can I See the machine before I buy? Yes certainly, we have a XW-1000 machine setup in our warehouse ready for a demo and more ready to be dispatched at short notice.
Melbourne Packaging Supplies is a wholesaler of premium industrial packaging consumables for warehouses and distribution centers.
Melbourne Packaging Supplies was established by Stuart Bryce in the ...