Load Seeking Clamp® 4.0
The Load Seeking Clamp’s® unique bladder design and load seeking operation play a key role in effective stretch wrapping and helps keep your line up and running.
The Load Seeking Clamp® 4.0:
About 25% of all film breaks happen at the clamp. The strong acceleration at the beginning of the cycle can cause film to pull out of the clamp, leading to downtime. When film breaks happen, operators will often reduce the wrap force as a solution. This leads to ineffectively wrapped loads and a higher probability of product damage during shipment.
The bladder style clamp holds film 3x stronger by grabbing the film on both sides, drastically reducing the risk of film pulling out at the start of the cycle.
The Load Seeking Clamp® also moves out to the base of the load, controlling the leading film tail and providing a tighter base wrap for more consistent wrap performance. At the end of a cycle, the clamp retracts, the arm raises and inserts the film securely into the clamp for the next load. The wipe down loops then secure the ending film tail to the load.
L Series stretch wrappers are equipped with our exclusive LeanWrap® technology. This technology helps our customers wrap their product loads better at the lowest cost while dramatically reducing the risk of damage during shipment.
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