food processing machinery since 1952, with over six warehouses of used
food processing machinery & equipment IN STOCK!
6483 Lake Avenue
NY 14589 U.S.A.
with HEAT SHRINK TUNNEL...
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continuous, automatic, bundling system manufacturer rated for bullseye
tray shrink-wrapping with polyethylene film ideal for trays of cans,
jars, or bottles into bundles with small openings in the wrapping at
each (long) end.
APV Anderson TRAY
WRAPPER Model 464-2, with
bar flight infeed, three sealing bars, and static elimination bars (top
Anderson APV Model 480-4 heat
shrink tunnel, 6 feet 6 inches long, including underside
Integrated system manufacturer
rated for up to 28 trays
Trays / packages / bundles up
to 24 inches wide by 15
inches long by 12 inches high.
Painted steel tubular frame
construction and exterior shrouding.
Complete with operator
controls, 230 volt 3 phase electrical input.
Film Bundle Wrapping and Shrink-wrapping is also known as tray wrapping
(when items are wrapped inside corrugated cardboard trays), bullseye
wrapping (due to the bullseye shaped hole on two of the sides where the
film is not sealed), and Poly Bundling. There are even more names for
this process, as some manufacturers refer to this equipment as
The shrink bundler described above does shrink-wrap in the sense that
the product is first wrapped in polyethylene film and then that film is
shrunk down with hot air around the product, but for some parts of the
packaging industry, shrink-wrapping typically refers to the process of
wrapping a product in Polyolefin film. Unlike polyolefin shrink-wrap,
bundle wrapping or tray wrapping is done with polyethylene film that is
much thicker and more durable (typically 1.5 - 2.5 millimeters thick
compared to .0125 - .025 millimeters for most Polyolefin shrink film).
The greater thickness, strength, and durability or Polyethylene film
used in bundling, in addition to the significantly lower material cost,
make poly bundling or bundle wrapping the obvious choice for larger and
heavier items such as: glass or plastic jars or bottles, food and drink
items, and larger or heavier multipacks or assortments. In addition to
the greater durability, polyethylene bundle wrapped packages tend to
grip better (or in other words are less slippery) than polyolefin
shrink-wrapped packages. This means that polyethylene film wrapped
product in corrugated cardboard trays can often be stacked directly on
top of one another on pallets (when the product itself can directly
support it), saving on the additional cost and bulk of shipper cartons,
cases, and/or plastic crates.
As of this writing, this
fully automatic heat shrink wrapper system is in stock at Alard, in
good condition, ready for timely shipment.
315-589-4511 to confirm availability, and to discuss your
particular food packaging equipment need.
Alard item reference #: Y1670
otherwise stated, volume, speed,
and/or capacity estimates given are those of the manufacturer(s) of the
equipment. All offers are subject to prior sales and owner's
confirmations. Unless otherwise specified, any prices shown do not
include skidding, crating, or freight.