In-line automatic strapping machines are machines used in packaging and shipping facilities to automatically apply straps or bands to packages or products to secure them for transport. These machines are designed to automate the process of strapping packages, which can be time-consuming and labor-intensive when done manually.
In-line automatic strapping machines typically use polypropylene or polyester straps, which are fed into the machine from a roll. The straps are then automatically fed through the machine, looped around the package, and tightened before being sealed with a heat seal or friction weld. The machine can be adjusted to apply different tension levels and strap widths to accommodate different package sizes and shapes.
These machines are commonly used in industries such as logistics, e-commerce, and manufacturing, where large volumes of products need to be packaged and shipped efficiently. The benefits of using an in-line automatic strapping machine include increased efficiency, reduced labor costs, and improved safety for workers, as they do not have to manually handle heavy or bulky packages.
In-line Automatic Strapping Machines Features
Servo motor driven
60 straps per minute
Auto loading system
Short feeding sensor
Coil end eject system
Movable control panel
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What are the precautions of strapping machine?
Ans: You should never place any portion of your body on, under, or within a moving equipment. Avoid touching the strap chute with your hands. Despite the machine's basic and uncomplicated operation, only trained individuals should use it. None of your body parts should be strapped.
2. How does an automatic strapping machine work?
Ans: In most cases, sensors are used by strapping machines to find the target product or package. The straps are then rotated around the target by mechanical spinners or arms after being fed strap material via a spool or pulley system. This mechanical, swift action is able to be incorporated into a production line.