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Ideal for wrapping and mailing newspapers and magazines, catalogues and wholesale publications, manuals and any commercial printed materials,  in single or multipack. Half-automatic, easy to use: the only thing the operator has to do is simply to feed products vertically into the metal “throat of a shirt“ in fact the whole machine cycle is fully automatical. The bag width is adjusted accorging the product  width through the metal “throat“, a photocell senses the top and the bottom of the product and switches on the film-unwinding device so that a bag is formed around the product.

  • Vertical feeding
  • Two way of working: Manual or Automatic with unit-counter
  • Digital control panel
  • Independent sealing-bars; sealing-time and temperature controlled by PCB
  • Minimum bag dimensions: 50 x 140 mm; thickness 1mm
  • Maximum bag dimensions: up to 350 x 270 mm; thickness 12 mm
  • Pneumatic movement, air-compressor inside
  • Motorized film-unwinding
  • Wide table-top for products
  • Motorized output conveyor belt on request
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Min Wrapping Size (W x L x TH) 140 mm x 20 mm x 1 mm
Max Wrapping Size (W x L x TH) 270 mm x 350 mm x 12 mm
Film Roll Width 600 mm

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