How do you ensure the stability, protection and containment of the load on the pallet load while minimizing material consumption and possible product damage?
Robopac provides the answer to the question through continuous research and innovation to best meet the most demanding market sectors, such as tissue. The demands of applications in the tissue industry have led Robopac to the development of HELIX MAX, the latest automatic rotating arm wrapper. This new automatic wrapping machine combines the high productivity, typical of rotating ring wrappers, with the ease of use and simple maintenance.
This new automatic wrapping machine combines the high productivity, typical of rotating ring wrappers, with the ease of use and simple maintenance. The Helix MAX's very competitive purchase price and low TCO, together with its low maintenance costs and maximum flexibility, make it the ideal machine for the market.
HELIX MAX, thanks to its special patented pre-stretch carriage, makes the impossible possible: an extremely tear-resistant winding cycle, superior to any traditional system, helping to reduce downtime due to film breaks.
HELIX MAX can be equipped with CUBE TECHNOLOGYTM (optional), another patented Robopac technology that enables the application of the right amount of film, in exactly the right position with exactly the right holding force, all with few clicks on the HMI. This technology, which is particularly suitable for delicate and unstable loads (typical in the Tissue industry), allows a reduction of the plastic consumption by 30% to 50% and a reduction of about 40% in damaged products, while improving load containment and stabilization.
Robopac was founded in the 1980s and soon became the world leader in the segment of stretch film wrapping machines aimed at palletized load stabilization, always expanding the range of technologies offered on the market.
Today Robopac, after almost 40 years of history, confirms itself as a successful company present all over the world with 15 branches and 9 production sites through its own brands ROBOPAC and OCME, the latter specializing in the design and construction of integrated systems that work with the efficiency of a single machine producing as a fully synchronized line; it has a product portfolio ranging from filling and packaging to palletizing and internal logistics.